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Old 12-02-2013, 05:23 PM
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Omg you guys, omg. I was playing around with Macky and she jumped onto our piano bench, which tipped and slammed directly on my big toe, right on the nail. I have ice on it but when I could bare to look the entire nail was already dark purple underneath. I almost fainted a little from the pain and I'm not a wuss.

I'm SO freaked out that the nail's gonna fall off. The thought of that makes me PUKE. I'm not squeamish about 99% of stuff, but nails fall under my 1%.

I have my foot up with ice on it. And I might cry.
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Old 12-02-2013, 07:31 PM
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The dogs are annoying the SNOT out of me tonight. Like UGH. I am about ready to kill them. Or me. Or both.

Like, seriously. I am now CLEANING to avoid killing the dogs. And that is bad. Very bad.
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Old 12-02-2013, 07:58 PM
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Omg you guys, omg. I was playing around with Macky and she jumped onto our piano bench, which tipped and slammed directly on my big toe, right on the nail. I have ice on it but when I could bare to look the entire nail was already dark purple underneath. I almost fainted a little from the pain and I'm not a wuss.

I'm SO freaked out that the nail's gonna fall off. The thought of that makes me PUKE. I'm not squeamish about 99% of stuff, but nails fall under my 1%.

I have my foot up with ice on it. And I might cry.
Ouch! About. 10 years who I lost my big toe nail when I was trying to pull a pair of jeans on and I lost my balance and my foot csme down just right on the metal frame of my bed, my nail caught in the edge and ... Well long story short I ripped it pretty good, about two weeks later it fell off and took a year to grow back!
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Old 12-02-2013, 08:01 PM
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Ouch! About. 10 years who I lost my big toe nail when I was trying to pull a pair of jeans on and I lost my balance and my foot csme down just right on the metal frame of my bed, my nail caught in the edge and ... Well long story short I ripped it pretty good, about two weeks later it fell off and took a year to grow back!
OOOOWWW!

yeah, I talked with an FB friend (she owns Keeva's brother Bernie) who is an ER nurse and she was like, "That sucker's coming off." LOL. Oh, and that it would be "fugly" for a while. At least I have a long time until sandal weather.

I'm drinking now, so I feel a little better about the situation.
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Old 12-02-2013, 08:04 PM
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This was posted on my facebook by a friend. I didn't write it, but I agree with it.

"Paul Walker died. That much we all know. Ever since news broke, my feed has been flooded with Fast and Furious jokes, comments about how at least no more movies, and endless conversation about how he was just an actor and how his death shouldn't matter compared to the deaths of non-celebrities and especially military deaths.

First off- All human life is sacred and every death deserves to be mourned. Profession has nothing to do with that.

Second- Paul Walker was more than an actor. He dedicated much off his off time to various charity projects and was a very active humanitarian. I absolutely hated most of his movies, but he has my highest respect as a person.

Third- When people die in war, it's certainly tragic and those who sacrifice themselves for a noble purpose are undoubtedly heroes. That isn't the only definition of the word though. Paul was a hero to every person he helped in his charity work.

Fourth- He wasn't known for being rowdy and constantly in rehab. He wasn't arrested every weekend and didn't go berserk at parties like many other celebrities. People need to remember that celebrities are people too and that fame doesn't lower the value of that person. Not every well-known person is a spoiled rich kid.

(I got tired of counting)- Think about this. If *I* were to become a successful actor (And hopefully I will one day...)- How would you feel if you saw the internet reacting to my death like many are to Paul's? If many focused on assumptions and stereotypes to make me seem worthless after my passing and they neglected to mention my charity work, my passion and caring for others, or any of the good things I had done?

Now imagine how Paul Walker's friends and family must feel with THAT pain piled upon their already overwhelming grief and mourning.

I'm not saying that Paul's death is any more important than anyone else's, but I AM saying that there's no excuse to insult his memory to elevate the memory of others. Instead, YOU can do something to honor the memories of the fallen. And if you're still upset about the coverage, then express your anger toward the media that's doing it. Paul Walker had nothing to do with his posthumous media coverage. Your anger might be greatly misplaced.

Sorry. Just had to vent on that. "
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Old 12-02-2013, 08:06 PM
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OOOOWWW!

yeah, I talked with an FB friend (she owns Keeva's brother Bernie) who is an ER nurse and she was like, "That sucker's coming off." LOL. Oh, and that it would be "fugly" for a while. At least I have a long time until sandal weather.

I'm drinking now, so I feel a little better about the situation.
Yeah the initial injury hurt like hell ... But after everything healed the nail just ... Came off, yeah it looked weird for a while lol ESP when it started to grow back, but it grew back fine and doesn't look any different.
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Old 12-02-2013, 08:07 PM
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Yeah the initial injury hurt like hell ... But after everything healed the nail just ... Came off, yeah it looked weird for a while lol ESP when it started to grow back, but it grew back fine and doesn't look any different.
You have no idea how reassuring it is to hear that. Seriously. lol
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Old 12-02-2013, 08:13 PM
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You have no idea how reassuring it is to hear that. Seriously. lol
I slammed my thumb in a car door in March -- she's right! The first couple days were the worst but after that it slowly starts to heal and the nail will fall off when there's a new nail underneath (unless it's pulled off before it's ready-yeeow). Once it got loose I kept it bandaged up to prevent it from being torn off. Finally lost it completely near the end of June and the nail was halfway done growing and grew really fast after that. Looks pretty normal! It was a little thicker at first but keeps changing the more it grows, now I only have a line through the center that I think might stay.

I was reeeeally freaked out at the thought of losing a nail, but it went pretty well! Hope your toe heals up quick!!
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Old 12-02-2013, 08:18 PM
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Cali, were in AZ now. My old boss offered me a huge raise and all moving expenses paid etc if we would come back and run CB. How could I say no? Especially since my cousin is moving in with my parents to be closer to ASU, so she can keep an eye on them. But if I can't find a home we can afford, we can't go.
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Old 12-02-2013, 08:37 PM
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You have no idea how reassuring it is to hear that. Seriously. lol
Will third this...

The initial pain...OMG, nothing worse. Sick to your stomach pain. After though, it dies and falls off...no pain no issues (but it looks gross and sometimes grows back funny)
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