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Monday, April 28, 2008

Doing myself in one step at a time

Have you ever had one of those days where you just need to hang it all up and go put yourself in a padded cell? Welcome to my world.

It started off with a large bite to the inside of my cheek, so large that I took a chunk of my cheek out and the blood was copious. Of course, since that side of my mouth is now swollen, I've bitten it about 5 times since, each time wincing in pain. That sucker hurts.

Then I was 'rubbing" my eyes and poked my cornea with my fingernail. On the opposite side of my face, so I've got a left cheek and a right eye coursing with pain.

To keep my lower body from feeling good, while I was looking for the pack of tissues to absorb the tears from my newly poked eye, I ran smack into the coffee table right on my sore knee. A nice sharp corner poked into the side of my patella and pushed it a bit to the right.

So now I'm a half-blind, limping, sore mouthed pathetic person. I do believe I need to be protected from myself.

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Blogger Rhea said...

I always hate that mouth-biting thing. Because then you bite it forever until it settles down.

29/4/08 6:25 AM  

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