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Wednesday, May 29, 2013

OOOPS!!!!!!

Tool 1 -  Sharon 5 (stitches that is)


Framing can be dangerous!

I was taking the staples out of the back of a frame,
not rushing, thinking about what I was doing,
my hand slipped
and then,
the slice.
 
I wrapped my hand in paper towels and headed upstairs
poured a half bottle of peroxide on it
and once I got a look at it I knew there were stitches in my future.
 
Doc said I did it up real good, but the good news is 
I didn't need a hand surgeon to repair it.
 
I do, however, still need some framing done.
Oh hubby,
busy today?

9 comments:

  1. Ohhhhh, bummer, sorry to hear it. Are you right handed? Looks like something I could do to myself.... heal quickly...

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  2. no, I'm left handed, but I'm amazed at how many things I do with my right hand.

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  3. Oh no!!! That sounds like it hurt! Hope it heals up quickly. It sounds A LOT like something that would happen to me too.

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  4. Oh dear, I pinched my painting hand putting in the AC and ouch5 stitches...so sorry.

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  5. Surprisingly, it doesn't really hurt much.

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  6. I'm so sorry this has happened to you! You handled it beautifully, but then you were most likely in shock! Hope there is little pain and you heal quickly.

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  7. There really hasn't been that much pain. I am not nurse material but I handled it pretty well. Even drove myself to urgent care as I was home alone. Thanks.

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  8. That is horrid and glad to hear you fixed it up so well. Quick healing! Did you get your framing done?

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  9. Thanks Shawna. I did get the framing done. My husband helped do the part I couldn't do. He also had to go to the show with me today because I can't lift much of anything.

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