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Saturday, November 10, 2012

Saturday Centus #133

The prompt this week is, "The pain was excruciating..."
Number of words: Up to 104 (including the 4 words of the prompt).
Style of writing: Any
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True story- prompt in blue



The last of the kids came to the door for Halloween.  I was in the kitchen and I ran to give candy.  Unfortunately, before I got to the door I ran my foot into the desk.  Ouch!! 

The next morning when I was getting out of bed, I put my foot on the floor and the pain was excruciating.  My little toe was blue and purple and I could barely walk.  I iced it and laid in bed the whole next day. 

It’s doing better, thank goodness but it still hurts when I have to put shoes on. 

5 comments:

Karen S. said...

Oh that's too bad- I say go barefoot! The heck with shoes! :)

Dreaming said...

Is there a bit of truth in this post? I think I know that pain - for me, it was a bookshelf that we had in the hall where I grew up. I can't tell you the number of times I wracked my poor pinky toe on that shelf!

beckyp said...

I've done this several times as well. Great post Sorry about your toe

Tgoette said...

Aww, that's too bad! I feel your pain because my big feet seem to seek out every chair, coffee table and bed post they can find! Great Centus!

Jenny said...

Oh no! I hate toe stuff.

If that happens against, buddy tape broken toe to a non-broken one! It actually helps the pain a lot!