Forgot to post last week, due to being at my mom's....
TM and I began dating Sept 20th, and over the course of the next 6 weeks, I slowly lost my resistance to every overture. Right before Fall Break, we were lying on my upper bunk, cuddling, when three knocks came at the door (our signal), followed by the sound of a key turning in the lock. Since I wasn't sure if the sight of me laying on my bed with the opposite sex was going to be frowned upon, I decided to get off the bed asap.
Instead of landing gracefully on my desk chair, then leaning casually against the beds, I ended up wrestling with my chair, then falling onto the floor. I laughed; TM looked down while laughing; EY and EK had expressions of 'WTH...'
And then I tried to stand up.
Pain shot through my left foot.
One of the guys we knew was an EMT, so we called him down. He examined me, then suggested a trip to the ER. So we went, and I ended up on crutches.
Over Break, Mom took me to my doctor, who injected dye to see the foot more clearly. Result: It was NOT a hairline fracture, just very sore.
I still had issues putting weight on that foot, and TM piggy-backed me when it became too painful. For years after, I could always tell when rain was approaching:)
By Halloween, I was healed, and wore my punk-rock outfit to a dance. EY borrowed my shirt earlier for another party, and GW dressed in black leather, while KC wore black pants and electric blue shirt and went as a rock fan.
Next Month: Thanksgiving and going to State Band Finals
My next MOPS meeting went well, with the exception of the craft project. I don't remember what it was; I just remember it fell apart. S had objected to being in the nursery, so she accompanied me to the meeting and happily drank a bottle and charmed the women at my table.
For Halloween, we dressed 2 y/o K as a mouse, and S as a little pumpkin.
Next Month: Thanksgiving:)
Trying to add more words to book #4 of The Chosen series.
Tomorrow's Karaoke Line Up:
Hold On Loosely-38 Special
Hold On To the Nights-Richard Marx
Holding Out for a Hero-Bonnie Tyler
Holding Back The Years-Simply Red