Friday, March 28, 2014

Injury Time Out

Record snowfall.
Carpal Shovel Syndrome.





14 comments:

  1. Ha!
    My husband said once, early in the winter, that it was GREAT having to shovel before he went to work because then he could get some exercise in first thing. He ran out of enthusiasm for it pretty quickly...

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    1. Thanks, Tabatha! I love your husband's multi-tasking mentality about shoveling, but I'm sorry winter has over stayed its welcome. = )

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    2. Sorry for your injury and feel well soon. Carpel Shovel Syndrome is brilliant!

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    3. Thanks, BJ! Luckily I haven't shoveled a single snowflake this winter - this is my sympathy poem to those who have suffered for months. = )

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  2. I never thought about it, but it does "push" on the arms, doesn't it? We'd had so little snow on the flat, but the mountains have had so much people are worried about flooding-never the 'right' thing for everyone. Great 'wee' poem, Bridget-like your title!

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    1. Thanks, Linda! I sure hope there isn't a backlash to the snow on the mountains with flooding when it melts. That would be awful.

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  3. Ha! Except that we have 2-4 inches forecast for tomorrow...

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    1. That's awful, Mary Lee! This is my sympathy poem for you all... = )

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  4. Thanks for the laugh! Brilliant pithy poem.

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  5. Hi there Bridget, that made me laugh out loud today. Aww. Hope the sun gets to you soon!

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    1. Thanks, Myra! This was my sympathy poem for my friends and family dealing with so much snow this year. Hope you are enjoying spring. = )

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