Saturday, November 15, 2008

Drumroll please.....and the answer is.....

for those of you just DYING to know which bones I have broken.... and kudos to http://baseballsandtutus.blogspot.com/ for getting 3 out of 5 correct....

in the order that it happened:

Collar bone--4 years old, fell out of a barber chair while my big brothers were having their hair cut---caused my mom to faint :)

Finger--high school..jammed on a basketball...not nearly as exciting as the collar bone one..oh well..

Leg--Sophomore year of college while playing quarterback for our sorority flag football team...This one is totally Prince Charming's fault..He was my coach and taught me this "awesome move"which tricked a girl on the opposing team so well that she fell on my leg....

Toe (spiral fracture--it still hurts when I wear heels)-- Junior year of college..ran into the wall after losing an intramural basketball game....and Melisa if you read this and state otherwise I will totally deny it!

Wrist--Senior year of college...got bumped while going up to block a shot and pushed into a wall...broke it trying to brace myself from flying into said wall......this is really funny because I am only 5'3" (on a good day with heels on :) and there is no way I could EVER actually block a shot...but hey, a girl's gotta try....

So there you go...I know the anticipation was killing you!

Have an awesome weekend!

6 comments:

Kimber said...

Sounds like college was a little dangerous for your bones.

He And Me + 3 said...

Wow, coming from someone that has not broken one bone...knock on wood.

Spaceofgrace said...

that is soooo funny. Especially the barber chair. I played basketball too but only sprained a thumb. Not very glamorous. I broke my other thumb clowning around in my own house and my elbow tripping on the kids toy box. We are too much alike! :)

Baseballs and Tutu's said...

Hey...at least I got 3 :)

Trying to Stay Calm! said...

Hey, I ♥ your blog! Thanks for sharing :)

Octamom said...

Wow! 4 of 8 has been collecting surgery and broken bone stories--I'll have to let her see this list!

Blessings!