My week has been awesome. If awesome actually meant craptastic.

My computer is still dying, or at least it's not thrilled about being saved. My hubby will think he beat the virus and all will be fine for a few minutes and then the big 'ha ha sucker' moment comes and it's still not better. He's determined though, so I have to give him that. In the meantime I still can't use it because logging into accounts with my passwords on a computer with a badass virus is just stupid. So I'm still on my hubby's Mac which he hasn't been able to touch since mine crashed because I just can't be without a computer. It's a rule.

Then early this week my standing abilities decided to just abandon me as I managed to fall in my own house doing something that should have been simple. How I managed to fall and injure myself while hanging clothes in a closet is really anyone's guess. It's pathetic really. I walked away with a battle scar in the form of a fast forming bruise on my right leg that is now HUGE. It's currently dark green and lime green with purple blueish spots speckled in. Basically, my leg is an angry rainbow and I look like I lost some seriously weird fight. That I fought with the outside of my thigh. The best part is you can even see the shape of an edge I hit when I fell. It's my first imprint bruise and I can't really say I'm proud. But as my grandmother pointed out, I should be glad I didn't hit my head on something. Instead I can't sit, walk, sleep or basically move in any way without the bruise bitching about it.

On a better note, some of our 2010 plans are on the path to becoming reality. I still can't share exactly what they are yet but once I can I will spill all the details. One thing in particular took a huge step forward this week thanks to Hubby and hopefully soon it will be a full on reality. Positive thoughts!

I will be taking on the closet in another battle this weekend when we paint the inside and install new shelves and rods. Perhaps I should get some sports gear in preparation. Except I would probably hurt myself putting it on. Hell, if I can't handle a closet in normal clothing what chance do I have in a few pounds of padding? Maybe I should just get a bubble.

Apparently my 'little miss graceful' days are coming back to haunt me.


truestarr said...
January 9, 2010 at 2:07 AM

I pulled a muscle in my neck when I sneezed in bed (and I got a charlie horse in my foot at the same time!)

Honestly, I got into bed with not a care in the world and became the "lying in" wounded in a few short seconds. Ambushed by my own body!

If you can't figure out how to be safe in your own bed, where do you go from there???

LB @Wait, She Said What? said...
January 9, 2010 at 6:59 PM

I once injured my elbow in my sleep and still have no idea how. It was bad enough that I couldn't extend my arm for a few days.

Injured in my sleep. Like you said, if you're not safe in your own bed, what chance do you have?

Cathy said...
January 9, 2010 at 8:47 PM

You're such a tease with these "plans".

That sucks about your computer. I don't know what I'd do without mine!

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