Yup. It’s my right arm… …and I’m right-handed. Onward and upward! Not the Break I Was Looking For Tagged on: broken arm change in plans
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Nooooooooooooooo!! How did you do that?
No….No No No NO!! how the ‘ell did you do that!!!
OMG Lois, are you OK?
Boy when you said you needed a break, I know that ISN’T what you meant.
oh, I have no words!
Except, I’m SO sorry!
Sending love, light and healing to you.
Heal well, my friend! This is such an intense time for all of us. Right-handed, hmmm… time to practice receiving, maybe? Not something I offer up lightly, I assure you–my own trickster gods have been putting me through a similiar mill i think. If it were my dream I would know my soul was really showing up to let go of the last vestiges of the old story, so the new can unfold in all it’s glory. Hang in there and remember you are always loved and held close to the heart of the Great Mother, no matter how it might seem.
This had to have been a freak accident. Sending uplifting thoughts, and prayers to you, my dear friend. I will be in touch soon, soon, soon.
Well Lois, What a break! ha ha. So learn a lesson from me and make sure your blood sugar is well controlled or it my not heal. But the forearm bones are smaller than the humerus, the one I broke so it should take too long. Mind that they told me 10-12 weeks, but it took over a year for me. So hope you have an entirely different experience than I did. Hope you have someone around who can help you.
Oh Lois! I’m so sorry to hear this news. I am sending blessings of healing to you!
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