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Friday, April 25, 2008

So yesterday while on my way out to walk my dog a neighbor spooked my Big black lab unintentionally with the revving of his motorcycle. Which caused Toby (my dog) to leap into a run, which wouldn't have been problem, but I had his leash wrapped around my hand. So in short what happened was that my arm got pulled pretty badly and it messed up my shoulder. during this I also was pulled to the ground and dragged a couple of feet. so my whole right side of my body is now really bruised and I have some good road rash on my knee's This all happened with in a matter of seconds.
So anyway my doctor told me that I pretty much need to take it easy for the next few days (No strenuous exercise) and I'm not to do any strength training with my shoulder for a couple of weeks or so and then she wants me to go to a few physical therapy sessions before I go back to what I was doing. I'm still going to be checking in on sparks daily because if I don't I will loose momentum and I so don't want to do that.
In pain but will survive.
B. Fitts
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  • ANOTHERAMY
    Oh no! I'm so sorry you were hurt. I have a lab too and boy do I know how strong they can be. I hope you are feeling a little better today.
    4483 days ago
  • BFITTS
    I am going to take the weekend off let some of the bruising heal because right now it hurts to even move I hit the pavement pretty hard. But hopefully Monday I'll be able to at least do some light walking to help keep me motivated.
    4486 days ago
  • J0ETTE
    I am sorry to hear you had a run in with your spooked puppy. :( Could you keep up with some walking to help not lose momentum? I am glad you are going to keep with sparkpeople! :)
    4486 days ago
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