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Why my parents didn't name me Grace...

Wednesday, March 25, 2009

Alright, for those of you who don't know me I am a complete clutz!
This morning I was in the bathroom getting ready and I got a cramp in my leg. I get them like once a week, no big deal. So I put weight on it trying to flex my foot. It wasn't working so I put all of my weight on it and picked my other foot off the ground. BAD IDEA!!! My leg completely spazmed, I bounced off the wall into the counter, kicked over the kids stool, cracked my elbow on something I am not even sure what, bruised it AND took a chunk of skin out of it, then fell backwards hitting the rim of the toilet with my tail bone, twisted and ended up face first on the floor. ~groan~ My first thought of course was OWWW!!!! My second was how the heck did I manage to do THAT!!! I felt like a ping pong ball....
Well needless to say I am bruised, my elbow hurts, lol my BUTT hurts, but nothing is broken, I just have to sit creatively! Thankfully I managed NOT to hit my head on anything, The kids slept through it and after all that my charlie horse did go away on its own. -.-

I did manage to get all my exercises done today but that was NOT the way I wanted to start out my morning. Next time I shall be more careful. Don't worry if you chuckled at my lack of balance, lord knows if it hadn't hurt I would of been laughing at myself!!!

If you are going to attempt to balance on one leg and are as coordinated as me....HOLD ON TO SOMETHING!!!

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    Thanks for the great post. Isn't is amazing how much stuff just happens and we have no idea how! I am glad you didn't get seriously hurt and that your charlie horse went away!

    I will remember to grab onto something when I balance on one foot. Way to go on your exercises!

    3373 days ago
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