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Thread: time to talk about safety

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    Super Member sewdamncute's Avatar
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    Hope you heal quickly!
    Blessed Be
    Darlene

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    Thanks for sharing. I had planned on getting to the top shelf of a closet tomorrow - with a CHAIR. Never even thought about using a step stool. Amazing all the ways that injuries occur. My broken fingers took much longer then the 6 - 8 weeks. This cold is really affecting the mobility. Hope your recovery is swift and complete.
    Carol

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    Sorry to hear of your accident. You know, my husband scolded me just the other day for doing that. The step stool was only a few steps away and he reminded me of that. Heal soon.

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    Best wishes for a smooth healing.

    I learned about chairs by trying to step from one folding chair to another on a slick floor.

    having just pulled a pin out of my socked foot, I guess we could also think about how shoes are safer in the sewing room.

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    Ouch! I broke my right wrist -- just a little slip and fall on a wet floor in my bathroom. As hard as I hit my head on the floor, it's a wonder I didn't break something else. Realize, if you will, that I am a legal assistant/legal secretary and I had a very hard time doing my job! Before it was over with, my orthopedist threatened that I would have to have surgery if I didn't quit using my wrist! I got a helper pretty quickly after that!

    Jeanette Frantz

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    I am so very sorry to hear about your accident. I hope your wrist and you are better sooner than later.

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    Awe, things like that happen so quickly, then you ask yourself why? Hope you feel better soon.

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