Tuesday, January 30, 2007

5 Weeks...

Wrist update...
I know, fun topic, but it's my blog, so there.
 
It's been 5 weeks, plus/minus a couple days, since I discovered my superpower:
Able to keep a mocha intact as she falls on her face! 
Of course I have not been flaunting my ability, as well as only been using my power for good.  The fact is I have stopped walking and doing ANYTHING at the same time, in case I "discover" more abilities that might land me in the hospital.   I am Damage Girl! 
I'll work on the costume later.  Maybe have a magic crutch or cane instead of a magic lasso or ring...I don't know if the world is ready for such a superhero though.
 
Anyhow, yes, I'm basking in the joy of being able to type out a blog entry without the need of my wrist brace.  It turns out, after the swelling went down, that I may have strained my thumb...at least that's what it feels like.  It's still all tendon related, that's the bottom line.  I can't wait until it doesn't feel as if my tendon is TOO SHORT for my thumb to say, oh, touch my pinkie.  As much as I think apes are cute and all, I am feeling all too well their lack of using a thumb in all it's opposable glory, you know?
 
This means of course I can finally finish up my xmas cards...yup, that's right xmas cards. 

4 comments:

Beth said...

I never did get Christmas cards sent out. I meant to... Best of luck with yours!

Bezzie said...

Christmas cards! That'll throw them off in February! Ha ha!

Glad the wrist is feeling better. Find yourself a good agent and you could totally exploit that mocha power of yours.

And hey, thanks for the Kootchie shout out! Spread the legs, spread the love!

keohinani said...

christmas cards? oy.
maybe you should get a manicure...the kind where they massage your hands when they put lotion on? good for circulation...or just have someone else massage your hands.

Rick Andreoli said...

Okay, WHAT IS THE DEAL with you always getting hurt? I'd say it was domestic violence but I know you're too bright to not kill said man with a frying pan to the head in the middle of the night.

So I ask: please explain where this talent comes from.