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Same Hospital, New Week.


Me this time, falling UPstairs. Go me!

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  1. Ouch - looks painful. Hope you are managing to rest it.
    Hugs

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  2. Ouch. That looks like it will interfere with your blogging. :o(

    Hope your pain is well controlled.

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  3. Oh no! You can type one-handed, right? I hope that heals up very quickly!

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  4. I'm sorry - the post below - especially one of the comments - got me so upset that I almost forgot to do what was my original intention

    I simply came to say I hope you heal quickly, that looks painful

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  5. Taking off my brace brifly to type THANKS!!

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  6. It's ok, I fall upstairs all the time :)

    Allison

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  7. And how much did THAT cost? :)

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  8. I'm not alone?? Thanks, A. And I fell DOWNstairs last night.. ugh. Didn't get hurt though LOL

    Tracey, G and my bills will come in the mail in probably 1 or 2 months. Not sure how it works there but we'll be billed in little bits from hospital, doctor, x ray guy, some random testing dude, etc, etc and then the bills magically cease coming in about 4 months.

    My GUESS is before insurance we're looking at around $6,000 for both visits. We haven't met our deductible which means we'll be paying a lot of money to meet it and then $100 per trip and 20% of remainder.

    THANKFULLY God has blessed us and it will be hard to part with the money but we are ok.

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  9. Ow!!!!!!!!!! We are very, very careful with our stairs. The first month we fell up and down several times.

    Praying for a speedy recovery!

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  10. Is it broken?? It looks painful and not helpful when you have 2 small children to take care of.

    It will also hamper your blogging abilities.

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  11. May you completely "repair" soon. I'm glad to hear that God has blessed you with the means to take care of this. May His goodness continue to be evident.

    ~Luke

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  12. I thought your typing was a bit slow...lol
    I have some sympathy... but really.. falling UP the stairs?
    Hope it isn't too sore and you are managing to look after the kids OK?

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  13. Ouch!! sorry you are hurt but I did kinda giggle on you falling up the stairs. Was as bad as me going in for x-rays on my foot after my little one dropped her sippy cup on my foot. Will pray you get better soon.
    Lori

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  14. I trip on flat surfaces.

    Get well soon!

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  15. Oh no. I hope it's not painful now. I hope you get a volume discount at the hospital.

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