Starting the day in Hell…
Last night, on our way home from the MRI, we stopped at my daughter Penny’s to pick up our dogs where they were staying all day. Getting out of Cassandra‘s car and walking toward her house, I tripped over the base of my grandsons’ basketball net… painted black and invisible at night… and fell hard on the driveway and impacted my already weakened left side.
Getting up off the ground required really focused assistance from Elly and the girls who brought out a dining room chair for me to pull myself up using my right arm. This took about fifteen minutes and made my girls worry a lot.
While I don’t seem to have broken any bones, nor did I open any of the breaks I had in August/September, but my right arm hurts too much when I try to lift it that I’m really worried about what they are going to try to do at today’s exam in Hagerstown.
I hope this doesn’t have the effect of cancelling Friday’s surgery on my head.
Posted on November 14, 2012, in event, Family, Health Care, News, Word from Bill and tagged Cassandra, Elly, Hagerstown, Hagerstown Maryland, Magnetic resonance imaging, Neurosurgery, Sports, WSHC. Bookmark the permalink. Comments Off on Starting the day in Hell….