I might be shaped like a weeble but let me tell you, I sure do fall down. In fact it appears to be one of the only things that I do with great fervor and regularity! Take Saturday night for instance. For some reason this little thirteen year old blonde missle on roller skates didn't bounce off of me like a raisin plinking off of a walrus as all theories of physics state that she should have (I guess they don't teach physics in WVA!?) but instead took me down and out, hardcore, like one might see in an America's Funniest Home Videos (Now With More Testicle Bashing and Elbow Obliterating Action!). I went down like a sack of potatoes hit by a ton of bricks. It was HAWT! So hot, in fact, that it's a dern good thing Donna was wearing her Depends 'cause she just about peed herself right there at three-o-clock on the roller rink.
The good news is that the orthopedist took one look at my xray and said that since my radial head break is so "clean" and "thorough" that I "likely won't need surgery". Oh and also? My cold is finally gone so I finally get outside and start enjoying spring! Hoora--- shit!!!
Here is a list of tasks that I usually take for granted and that I have thusfar discovered myself to be unable to perform due to restricted rotary movement of left arm and hand:
- Washing of face
- Washing of hair
- Putting on bra
- Biting nails of left hand
- Biting cuticles of left hand
- Putting hair into pony tail
- Removing hair from ponytail
- Cutting food with a fork/knife
- Shaving of right pit
- Typing with two hands
- Driving and talking on the phone
- Ceasing complaining
Yeah, um, not sure how this whole immobilization of the left arm thing is going to work out for me... I think I might just have to, you know, not participate in the prescribed program. Thanks, but no thanks. I quit being broken.
What? What do you mean I can't quit?
Scott: so you are going to be a dirty-faced yeti w/ sagging boobies?
Yes. Yes, it would appear that way. =(