Tuesday, June 23, 2020

The Luckiest ot the Unlucky

Saturday June 20 was such a good day.  I was in the studio finishing this lovely 90 x 99 shot cotton quilt top.  I vacuumed, rejoicing in how easy this task is with 2 hands.  I even set out the fabrics for the next quilt I want to work on.  I want to finish this quilt top by July so that I can turn the entire month over to purses and masks.  One of each every day.  Piles of fabrics for both are set out.

But then I tripped on uneven sidewalk about a mile away from the house.  Nice ladies called 911.  ER took care of facial lacerations and made sure there were no brain bleeds.  I broke my proximal humerus and see my bone doc tomorrow.

Thankful I didn’t do more damage! But I’m incredibly sore - everything hurts.

I keep thinking of I Robert Burns and how the best-laid plans of mice and men “gang aft a-gley.”


Jenny said...

So sorry to read about your accident while you were out enjoying the fresh air. So nice of the ladies to get the emergency services to you so promptly and do hope you are feeling much better very soon.

Mary in Peoria Handmade said...

Oh my- I am so sorry about your accident. Beautiful quilt. I hope you heal quickly.

Judy P. said...

Are you sure you're not Pat Sloan? I had a really strong feeling of deja vu when I read about your accident. Falling is what us older folks fear, at least this one does. Check this out if you haven't seen it ==> https://blog.patsloan.com/

Donna said...

Judy P, thanks for letting me know about Pat Sloan. O.m.g.