Away with the fairies. . . . .


I obviously wasn’t concentrating on what I was doing.

I was out for my usual early morning walk and I had a bit of a mishap.  I tripped on a tree root and fell forward.  I was on a downhill slope. I put my hands out to save myself and in doing so I have damaged my humerus, which I might say is not at all funny.

I have broken a bit off the top end of the bone but it is still quite close to the bone so doesn’t require surgery just a long period of waiting for it to heal.

I was lucky I wasn’t too far from home as I was walking in the Metung Bushland Reserve and once I had calmed myself down I was able to walk back home. 

I will now certainly be restricted in what I can do for a few weeks as it was my right arm that was damaged.

Enforced relaxation.  Lots of reading and when I start my walks again I will stick to footpaths for a little while.

9 Comments Add yours

  1. Kate says:

    Oh dear,glad you do not require surgery! I guess it will put a stop to your knitting projects.Is the arm in a sling? Get well soon Heather.Lots of love Kate and Leon

    1. suth2 says:

      Yes it is in a sling. I can’t really do much at the moment as it is still very sore. I did ask the specialist if it was ok to knit and he said it would be fine as long as I could manage it. It is just over a week since I fell and I managed a couple of rows of knitting today. Thanks for your kind wishes. Love Heather

  2. sarasinart says:

    Oh my, I hope you can heal up quickly and totally.

    1. suth2 says:

      Thank you. I am slowly on the mend.

  3. barbora says:

    Get well soon!

    1. suth2 says:

      Thank you. It is a slow process.

  4. Lorna says:

    I’m so sorry to hear that, it must have been very painful. I hope you’re mending well.

    1. suth2 says:

      Thanks Lorna. I saw the specialist yesterday and the bone is fusing nicely.

      1. Lorna says:

        I’m delighted to hear it.

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