Friday, January 02, 2009

why

I can't seem to get anything done. I don't know why but I just find myself lazing the days away accomplishing absolutely nothing. Somebody help me (not really but you know...imagine me saying it in a funny voice).

Other things of note:

Yesterday at Walmart we saw one of Cortney's old loves. I love seeing old girlfriends of his. It was funny because he introduced me and I instantly knew who she was....I had heard about her. Luckily I had make up on (seriously there is like a 10 percent chance that you will catch me with makeup). I kept asking him if he was embarrassed, scattered, nervous, and such...all things I would be and have been upon bumping into any exes or even people that knew them. hahaa. He didn't have much to say about how he felt, which is so Cortney.

On New Years Eve I was walking down Cali's front cement steps and we were talking about how icy her steps were. I said "this is a law suit waiting to haaaaaaappppeeeeeennnnn....." as I biffed it mid sentence and went flying into the air and landed with all of my weight on my ribcage on her bottom step. I am meaner than all get out when I get hurt I always want people to get away from me and leave me alone. But once I assesed the situation and got my head focused I found that I hadn't broken anything. PRAISES BE. Seriously we have recieved so many odd blessings since Cortney has been unemployed. Cali and Cort both thought I broke an arm. I don't know how I didn't. The next morning every muscle in my upper half hurt soooooo bad. I can still barely move my arms. But I will take that over a broken rib or arm with no insurance any day.

8 comments:

angie said...

i fell this morning outside my door while holding baby so i couldn't brace myself at all....oh man i'm hurting.

Adri said...

I hate the no insurance feeling. We have been there a few times and it's really stressful. I can't even let my kids play without getting nervous someone is going to fall off of something, break something, whatever. Glad you're okay!

Berta said...

Someone is definitely watching out for you! And we know WHO! So sorry - feel better fast! That's the worse feeling - slipping on ice - I've done it plenty and I DON'T LIKE IT!

Laura Lei said...

Do you remember the time we were walking in an alley behind the florist shop, and I thought there was a car coming behind us? I started running but really I was just running in place because of the ice. And then I fell on my face. Man, I have so many stories like that.

Sherry Ward said...

I have been the same way! I have lots to do but not a lick of motivation. I blame it on the winter blues. Although it sucked that you slipped and fell, what you were saying as you fell-made me laugh. Glad you're ok though.

Supercords said...

You should totally sue those delinquent home owners! Money problems solved :)

Captain Emus said...

Two items of postscript: first, I immediately went to the store and bought Ice Melt and covered the walkway. So don't get any ideas about staging another "fall".

Second, I remember the time I shut your finger in the door of Doug's Suburban in Mexico. You didn't freak out at all. You stayed totally calm and went out of your way to make me feel okay about it. Lucky you had on that thick ring, or we'd be calling you "Ashley Nine Fingers".

Christensen's said...

I am glad that you had make-up on, what luck! I always like to look my best whenever running in to any of Jed's old girlfriends or my old boyfriends. I want them to know what they didn't get :)