I was searching for something in my blog when I chanced upon this silly post. Years ago, I had the habit of posting something everyday. Now I wonder why I have nothing to write about. You really need to be in the right frame of mind to find something amusing out of every situation. Here's one about injured toes from 2007...
My best friend’s mum fell into a hole last
weekend which landed her in the A&E department when her entire leg
swelled up. Feeling sorry for her mum, my friend massaged her leg to
help reduce the swell.
Her mum, ever the stoic lady, said, “If
you think this is bad, let me tell you what happened to Ah Soh, the lady
who lives downstairs.”
Last weekend, Ah Soh went for a picnic at
West Coast Park with her grandchildren. She tripped and fell so badly,
most of her front teeth were knocked out leaving her with a mouth full
of blood. That was some bloody picnic. Poor Ah Soh!
mum is in a way relieved that her injury wasn’t quite as bad as Ah
Soh’s. Of course by now I should keep very quiet about my injured toe
but still I must tell you this story about my friend’s toes.
he saw me with a bandaged toe, he told me about how he injured his,
long ago. He was riding his bike to the barbers, carrying his cousin on
the bicycle frame in front. They were going downhill, he tried to slow
down but discovered the brakes were not working. A wall was looming
ahead of them! In a state of panic, he used both feet to slow down.
Boom! They crashed and he landed on his poor cousin who ended up dazed,
and with 3 little stones stuck to the forehead. My friend’s shoes were
totally worn out exposing 10 bloody toes!
We were both roaring with laughter when he finished his story. I know, I have learned to count my blessings.