Monday, December 18, 2006

Son of a...

I was running slightly late for a dentist appointment this morning when I reached into my as yet unpacked bag from housesitting this weekend. My middle finger quickly and painfully collided with the business end of a disposable razor and I'm left with a thinner, bloodier finger and typing is suddenly a bitch of a task.

Listening: "Moonlight Sonata"...Beethoven

10 comments:

  1. Severe ouch! Hope the Beethoven's helping soothe it!

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  2. Yikes that sounds painful!

    Thanks for stopping by my blog, was nice to see a new face!

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  3. YEEEE-Ouch! So sorry to hear that. I do stuff like that ALL THE TIME, and most recently sliced my finger on a freakin' slide projector. I wish everyone would just take a deep breath and leap into the 21st century, as it's only the archaic equipment that's likely to threaten to actually sever a digit. I don't think any every cut touching a DVD, but then again if one's resourceful enough maybe... maybe...

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  4. Here, suck on this... it will make me--I mean you-- feel good :P

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  5. yuck! hope it's better

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  6. Yeeeooow! That hurts! Heal fast, Andi.

    BTW, are you one of the last holdouts on the Beta thing? I can hardly post anywhere - still haven't bothered to get a google ID, though.

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  7. Damn, a boo-boo. I'd like to kiss it and make it better.

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  8. It helped muchly, Os!

    Claire, thanks for stopping by here as well! I'll definitely be by to visit again.

    Heather, that's exactly what I said!

    Lisa, that's just talent to slice your finger on a slide projector!! lol

    Johnny, eeewww.

    Funky, much! Not even wearing a bandaid anymore.

    Nancy, I tried to change over but my blog is too big. :( I already had an obscure gmail account, so I use that to sign into the Googley blogs.

    Aww, thank you, Toddsky.

    Lol, AMS. :)

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