No, I didn't break anything. I will, however, tell you that being short is not a plus in some circumstances.
I was at work, busting out a Halloween display (my absolute least favorite display that I have to do since Halloween isn't my gig), I decided to stand on a not-a-step-ladder and since it wasn't heavy enough in the middle to hold my sheer girth, I punched through the middle, fell back, my feet were stuck in this thing that was now like a trash can, I finally got my feet loose, but couldn't get my balance and kept stumbling backwards until I bounced into a shelving unit and had tripped over an August sale bin-- all the while this is sounding like a herd of elephants to my coworker downstairs. Julia, one who generally rolls with things and doesn't bother to check, opens the door and says, "Amy, are you okay?"
"The good news is that I didn't break any merchandise and I do believe that I didn't even chip my wrist, though I do believe that I will have a heck of a bruise, though."
"You need to not rush and push!"
She's right. I was trying to speed through the very end of a display and ended up leaving a mess for them to clean up upstairs and downstairs.
More good news is that the blasted Halloween display is up. I struggle with it because I just don't like scary, creepy Halloween and I work extra hard on it since I don't want it to reflect my general dislike. The display is pretty decent, if I do say so myself!
Smiles in my day:
- I didn't break a bone!
- K- is actually starting to feel better from her virus. (Not strep, thank you God!) The doctor said that she was on the backside and was pulling out of it. Tonight is the first time in a week that she has expressed interest in playing outside or doing anything other than laying in bed and sleeping. That is not my child. She would come straight home, put her pajamas on and go straight to bed. Eek!
- I tagged butterflies at work with some of my coworkers and they thought it was the neatest thing!
- The computer is briefly cooperating. After the neighbor goes on vacation and returns, he and his computer geek friends are going to take our computer and give it some computer geek love. I'm hoping that they can resuscitate the box. We are trying hard to save money for a truck for Hubs and I would really love to have the savings continue to accumulate for that. They are pretty good with saving the unsaveable, so I trust their judgment. Have I mentioned that they work for free? :) Being that they are all single men, I'll cook them a good dinner and all will be well.
Have a great night!