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Tuesday, 21 September 2010

Eggs

Last post cupcakes, this post eggs! This is turning into a cookery blog! Not really. This is Mr 9's egg that he got in the kitchen after he tripped and faceplanted it. It came up so quickly, we were quite astonished. He was sure he had concussion (he didn't) and was sure he wouldn't be able to go to sleep because it hurt so much (he did). Today the egg is but a shadow of it's former self, but it has developed quite a good bruise so Mr 9 is pretty happy with his war wound. Funny how much boys love war wounds. He is really desperate to have a broken bone I think. Well, not a broken bone so much as a cast. He's in the wrong family. Eight kids over 26 years, two broken bones. They're not good odds.

I have been sewing ties. Off and on. Well, more off than on I guess. Tomorrow is sewing day at picklesticks house. I will be sewing ties. Possibly. (No, really, I will!)

7 comments:

Mary said...

I have one of those boys! LOL glad he's okay.

Pip at Rest is not idleness said...

Ouch, that looks like it hurt, good there was no concussion

Suzanne said...

Owie..I'm sure it is a nice bruise now. My youngest was Princess of broken bones..7 breaks in 7 years! 5 of the breaks were at school, or the authorities would have begun to believe we weren't good parents!

Katherine said...

Yeouch! That's quite the war wound. I bet the bruise is pretty spectacular. Good thing he likes war wounds. ;o)

Have fun at picklesticks - hope you get those ties finished.

Quilting in My Pyjamas said...

Ouch!

Have fun with those ties...

nicolette said...

Impressive egg!!

I hope you have (had) fun at Picklesticks house and got some sewing stuff done!

Louise said...

I hope Mr 9 has fully recovered now. That egg must have been a double-yolker! x