On January 25 a carrot, a sharp knife and my finger were involved in a contretemps.
I saw red.
I ran to the bathroom for a plaster. It would not stick to my finger.
I wrapped the finger in a clean face flannel and that changed colour instantaneously. I rewrapped the damaged digit in a fresh dressing and a cool damp clean face flannel and held it in the air. I needed help.
The health centre is a mile away. No way could I drive one handed, and walking that far would surely leave a stream of blood from door to door.
The kitchen looked like a massacre had occurred. Blood on the counter, the draining board, the cooker and on the floor. The bathroom was not much better. Darn blood thinners – they sure keep the red stuff running! 🙁
💡 I could phone a friend. It might not make a millionaire out of me, but she might save my life.
Emily jumped to the rescue and became my flying angel for the morning. She even arrived with a great big towel to soak up the juice. She sat patiently waiting while I was looked after and on the way home we stopped for a coffee. It was just what I needed before going home to clear up the murder evidence.
So you see from my recent posts, I had plenty of excuses for staying away from blogging over the past month.
PS: No spiders, animals or people were massacred during this event!
Time to do a web search… Does anyone make metal gloves? 😕