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So, after my hair appt today I stopped to get gas. I'm pumping my gas and I usually try to clean out my car while I pump the gas so I go to step over the gas hose and my high heel catches on it and I totally tripped and fell flat on my ass!! I get up(quickly look around and luckily nobody else saw) look down at my pants and my left pant leg is all dirty and my knee is killing me. So, I lift up the pant leg and I have this big nasty scrape on my knee. I stopped myself with my hands so my hands are all scraped up too because it was kind of gravely. What a clumsy oaf I am!! I usually get these kind of scrapes from playing co-ed softball and we haven't even started yet.

So I get home (show FI and he just shakes his head and tells me I better put peroxide on it) well I did and now it's all swollen too. So, I hate knee scrapes..waiting for them to heal sucks!! It's really going to hinder my workouts...arrrrghh!! Thank god my wedding isn't next week though that's all I have to say. Sand in the wound..not good.

 

Sorry I hate grammar errors and just noticed I spelled knew wrong and can't change it!! too late for me..time to go to bed..

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Aww you poor thing!

The other day at work I was at my desk and I have an old wood desk that has the drawers that go down the side. I got up really quick and was turning in my chair at the same time and whack! I hit my knee really hard on a drawer I hadn't completely closed. It hurt so bad I couldn't even walk for like a minute. I have a really bad bruise. It was right on the knee cap too. I am constantly hurting myself. Usually I see a bruise and can't remember where I got it!

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That really sucks, and sounds painful too! But maybe you could get some spoiling out of your FI?!! lol

 

Oh... btw, I'll change the spelling for you in the title! wink.gif

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You poor thing! Falling totally stinks, especially in public. I am a major klutz!

 

I hope your knee feels better soon.

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