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Bling that thing!

Yes, I got in trouble for rebreaking my foot, and to keep me from thinking I'm well before I am they put me in a cast. My first thought OF COURSE was that if I was going to have this thing on 24/7 for a month or more, then I was going to make it MINE.







Must. Make. It. Mine!

In the next day or so, if the test stones stay on overnight, the entire ribbon will be done in pink stones, with a red stripe. The red stripe is in honor of the red stripe I learned last night in TKD, with a broken foot *laugh*

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trshtwns01
Jan. 26th, 2008 04:25 am (UTC)
I had all this stuff sitting around for when I got a chance to make over a pair of jeans. Now I just wonder when my foot will stop feeling like it's asleep. I've never broken a bone before this one, so I've never had to deal with a lengthy immobilization.

At least it will look good *laugh*
oddharmonic
Jan. 26th, 2008 06:23 am (UTC)
I've never broken a bone before this one, so I've never had to deal with a lengthy immobilization.

Two rules of thumb:

1. Don't go swimming in the ocean with it on, then pour sand in it to scratch the itch and follow up with a coat hanger. (This from a post in the original "Things I Learn From My Patients" thread at studentdoctor.net.)

2. Don't cut it off yourself. (My brother did that. Twice. Yes, we still tease him about it.)