Friday, March 16, 2007


I wish to thank everyone for your kind words and good thoughts. I'm sore as hell from my misadventure but OK, and have recovered my lost pride. Oh, did I neglect to mention that I was in my skivvies when the paramedics came? Oh yeah...

The chicken, however, did not fare so well. It was kicked by a size eleven boot as my saviours departed, left to be found later in the day, crumpled up against the baseboard. CPR was preformed and said chick is now resting while it awaits a ride home. We're skipping the chicken soup!


Blogger Tammy said...

Oh no! I was going to ask what you got caught wearing :) I had a fall in panties and a t-shirt once and a male neighbor heard it and came to help. I'm always covered when home alone now. LOL


3:31 PM  
Blogger Ginnie said...

Oh, Pam, I didn't read your last blog until today, and I'm so glad that you got attention quickly and are on the mend. You are a brave person and the idea that laughter can quell the panic is so true.

7:58 PM  
Blogger KGMom said...

Pam--first, I am glad you are not too much the worse for wear. Hope you heal from bruised body and bruised pride. In your skivvies? Oh oh.
As for the chicken, well, it's good I changed my soup choice for tomorrow--I was going to post a recipe for chicken soup, but changed it to potato in honor of St. Patrick.

11:07 PM  
Blogger Potato Print said...

Hi Pam,
Oh my! I got so far behind in reading blogs this week that I missed your fall.

You are just an amazing person. Presence of mind and a robust sense of humor are indispensible. I echo Ginnie's comment. It's so great that you were able to get help quickly.

Here's to a swift recovery.

8:42 AM  
Blogger Thailand Gal said...

Skivvies, eh? Oh, my! :)

Still, I'm glad you got the help you needed and that you are now mending.

I'm guessing you are a person who mends quickly and well. Your internal resources are beyond imagination for most of us.



1:00 PM  
Blogger pepektheassassin said...

Have you ever read Walking Across Egypt -- ? It's the funniest book I ever read. (Has NOTHING to do with Egypt, except when the lady says she has about as much business keeping the stray dog in her yard as she has "walking across Egypt." But there is a rescue scene in the first chapter that had me rolling on the floor...and I rarely do that.)

8:16 PM  
Blogger pepektheassassin said...

PS THere'sa poem for you in the comments on my blog today!

8:17 PM  
Blogger Cathy said...

Pam! What a picture! To what or whom do you credit your sense of humor? My family was a bit sober and I always envy people to whom chuckles come so naturally. You're terrific.
I hope your aches and pains are of short duration - that it doesn't hurt too bad when you laugh.

10:32 PM  
Blogger Cuppa said...

Made me smile again. You have such a gift. Thank you for sharing it with all of us

12:20 PM  

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