So to some that have followed my bodily harm escapades, here’s another one for the record.
Yesterday, walking to the train with a couple of coworkers, I spent some time chatting with one more than the other.
This guy has a hearing problem, so he reads lips, so I turned my head 90 degrees so he could see me clearly, and there would be no “slurred” words.
As we’re walking up a hill at a decent pace, I suddenly feel immense pain in right thigh, all at the same instant.
Yes, I just walked into a fire hydrant.
Snuck up on me. I didn’t stand a chance.
And I was going at my normal pace, full momentum smashed me into the immovable object.
So now my right leg is largely useless. Don’t ask me to run, dance, skate, or walk too far. It hurts.
Oddly enough, I was looking forward to posting an image or two of some huge bruising, but it seems like the damage was done too far below the epidermis for it to be visible.