Wow! I'm so happy that you didn't have much damage from that hurricane. I was worried since I knew your state was closeby. How awful for so many people whose homes were destroyed. And the families who lost family members. Bless them all in their hardships and grieving.
One tornado did some damage in a town about
an hour from our city. Another flattened many homes of 3 small towns about
40 minutes from us. Then the other three hit north of us and did a lot of damage in the one city and 3 or 4 towns. Many people out of power of course. about
200, 000 out in our city. Thankfully, we were only out for 19 hours and no damage to our home. Just our garage roof, our trailer, lawn swing and part of the fence. Our neighbour's house had some damage on one corner of her home. Our huge old 50' maple tree split in half and did all that damage.
Ha! Yes indeed, our stairs attacked me because I had extremely low blood sugar. I had a fractured neck, a broken collar bone in 2 places, a fractured hip and my L5 squashed onto my disc. Whatever you call that. Bruises in many places. I had my discharge papers, with the damage report, tests, prescript
ions, further appointments, etc., but I can't find them now. Thank God I was unconscious on the way down, so I didn't feel it. My Hubby heard the thump, thomp, thump, thomp. I sure felt the pain AFTER they got my sugar back up. At that point and for a few weeks, I wished my Hubby hadn't saved me.
My Lessons From then on: 1. NO watching tv or conversing with anyone when drawing up my Insulin. 2. Get 2 seperate holders for each Insulin and mark each with their action. 3. I forgot 3....I'm old. :D
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