Housecleaning is dangerous...

Discussion in 'The Loafing Shed' started by Epona, Feb 15, 2009.

  1. Epona

    Epona New Member

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    ...I knew there was a reason I didn't dust more often, besides the fact that dust is a protective coating for furniture. I decided to take advantage of the 3 day weekend and get some serious housecleaning done, which included the dusting. However, apparently I am the only person that I (and DH) know who can managed to stab a knitting needle an inch into my hand while participating in this highly dangerous household activity. (it went in between my first and second finger of my right hand). :-

    While it did get me out of housecleaning for the rest of the weekend, it's going to make trimming the horses tomorrow interesting!
     
  2. Sarah315

    Sarah315 New Member

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    YEEEOUCH!! Just the thought sends shivers up by spine. I recommend you medicate with an icy cold beer. Apply to injured area between drinks! ;)
     

  3. Pixin

    Pixin New Member

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    Ouch!! I think Sarah should come over and help you clean house until your injury heals! :D
     
  4. Epona

    Epona New Member

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    I must admit, all that beer I just bought did help me deal with the trauma >:D
     
  5. Morganfan608

    Morganfan608 New Member

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    There must be some kind of workman's comp claim you can file w/upper (or lower) mngmt here. Not a 'real' doctor however, I do play one @ my house....I think you need at least another 2 wks to heal. No heavy lifting, no dishes, no cooking and 'push' the fluids >:D....we all know 'liquid' makes everything feel better! ;)

    .....I hate dusting.....the feather duster handle just doesn't 'fit' into my hand properly. ;D