My other blog is more about the story that goes with the photo. On this site the photo is the story.
Oh my! I can sympathise with her! It really does make things difficult for the poor girl! Hope everything is mending now!Great photo on this theme!
Bless her. Sorry to see that you are having a procedure. Take care. The blogging world will be waiting for you.
When I was in elementary school one of the neighbor kids broke his arm climbing a tree. A week or two later he was riding his bike, fell and broke the other arm. That didn't stop him, he was riding his bike with 2 broken arms and crashed breaking on of his legs. That stopped him.Great picture!
Oh, I feel sorry for her. My mom broke both wrists at the same time and had casts clear up to her fingertips. She couldn't do anything for herself for awhile.
Oh my gosh, poor little girl! Yikes. Wish you all kinds of luck with the eye surgery .... I did that last winter (but my two surgeries were just a week apart)...that time in between is weird, but it is really really worth it at the end.
Hope your surgery goes well and you are back posting in no time. Those casts look like Green Bay Packers colors...right on!
Poor thing! It made a great photo for this theme, though :)
I know I shouldn't laugh, but looking in it's kind of silly, but hopefully it will all mend well and soon!
Good luck with your eye surgery. The girl must have been accident prone.
DOH!I hope she has good karma for the rest of her life.;-)
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