I don't remember falling but I do remember losing my balance then the concrete floor seemed to come up and hit me in the nose. Very strange, it must have been a delusion.
"Okay I guess this is how it's going to end," I thought.
Lynette helped me blot up the blood. I was a bit queasy when I went inside the house to check the damage. I couldn't tell if I broke my nose and my wrist. The left side of my face hurt. It felt like a toothache from the molars to my front teeth but the teeth were not broken.
Lynette insisted we go to the ER instead of the local clinic. At the ER I didn't have to wait long and the CT scan showed no broken skull or brain injury.
My nose and wrists where not broken. My forehead and bridge of my nose were torn up and there's a crease where my glasses were pressed into the top of my nose.
I'm grateful that it was not as bad as it could have been. I cringe when I think about how I could have had a broken nose, front teeth knocked in, concussion, etc.
In bed I had some anxiety about how much chance is involved in our lives.
You make plans but you can't be sure how things will work out.
Today I had to go to the drug store for antibiotic cream because mine expired. Some tubes expired 6 years ago, some 10 years ago.
I'm so tired that I'll just take a long nap then stay on the PC.