Friday, August 29, 2008

broken foot

august 29 2008

Finally made an appointment with my doctor.

I had to wait a complete hour in the waitingroom, with a man who was sighing every one and a half minute! Ugh!

The most terribele magazines I've seen, and the most beautiful fashion.
I even forgot the time for about 5 minutes reading about a northpole expedition.

I'm completely up to date now about best acne treatment, the benefits of swimming (well, I knew that anyway) and I know where in town to find sportfacilities for seniors.

It's not often that I spend my time feeling bored to death.

I will do just that however for more time this afternoon.

The doc expects one of the bones in my foot to be broken, so I need to go to hospital for an x-ray. And then to the emergency room to get it taken care of.

What a waste of the day!!!


  1. Ouch! As a person who suffered a broken foot a few years ago, I say get off your feet now and let yourself heal.

  2. Karen is right. Rest Rest Rest. I thought I was the worst patient with just a swollen sprained foot. It incapacitated me for 3 days. I could not believe it. Take a rest really. Easier said than done, eh?
    First time I've been to your blog and I like the design alot. And the color and your writing is easy to read.

  3. Broken feet are very painful injuries and rarely life-threatening emergencies. Learn to recognize a broken foot to decide how to respond to it.


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