Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Hump Day Improvisation

Yesterday morning I fell, so I'm writing this one handed. In honor of two left feet and uneven ground I give the challenge of writing about a clumsy character. I'm not promising any sentences tonight. While I didn't break anything it is exceedingly difficult to type.

I'm also very sorry that I can't visit your blogs.

Have fun.


Jeffrey Beesler said...

Deidre slipped on the banana peel her five year old son, TJ, had left lying on the floor. As she went to fall she grabbed onto the nearest thing, a set of kitchen curtains, bringing the sheets and rack crashing down right on top of her.

Jules said...

"Sir did you fall," the EMT asked. "No, Mother Earth took offense to me calling her a fickle broad and reached up and slapped me."

I feel for you Nancy. My shoulder is still screaming for attention. Take care and let me say one word..........ICE :D
Jules @ Trying To Get Over The Rainbow

N. R. Williams said...

Jeffrey, that was great.

Jules, loved it. And ice it is.

Summer Ross said...

Anny's 2 year old slipped on the ice holding her hand by the car. Instead of crying when she hit her bottom, she looked down at the ice as if some magic had happened to the ground. The toddler put her finger on top of it and then licked her finger.

Cate Gardner said...

Ouch! Hope it heels soon.

Carolyn V. said...

I'm so sorry you fell. =( I hope you feel better really soon.

OJ Gonzalez-Cazares said...

ouch!! wishing you a fast recovery - (love Jule's joke btw!!)

C. N. Nevets said...

It didn't occur to me until it was too late that sending Banana Peel Barry downstairs with the heart for transplant was a fundamentally bad idea.

DominicSFF said...

owowwowowow .. sorry about your fall :(

Gary and his friend stood in the doorway and surveyed the slowly spreading puddle of tea, the shards of china, pottery and glass that lay strewn every which way across the floor, the jam dripping slowly off the sofa and the splatters of ink blooming on the wallpaper.
"Ah," his friend said. "Your daughter's home then!"

Only two sentences, promise!

In honour of my daughter who is away at Uni, and whose returns home are rather messy ... very welcome, but rather messy!

The Golden Eagle said...

I'm sorry that you fell--it sounds painful!

She stumbled, and accidentally crashed against the door; but she'd forgotten it wasn't closed all the way and she was sent flying into the bedroom as the door ricocheted off the back wall.

Clarissa Draper said...

Don't worry about it. Just get better and come back to us soon.


N. R. Williams said...

Thank you all for your well wishes and for the great sentences too.

erica and christy said...

Hope you heal quickly! christy

Lynda Young said...

I hope you are feeling better soon and mending quickly.
Prayers and hugs,

N. R. Williams said...

Thank you Erica and Christy and Lynda. It is much appreciated.