Weblog Wednesday: Falling, and Fall

Since last we spoke, the word fall has been big in my vocabulary. Firstly because the first day of fall was last Thursday, and — less happily — I fell epically down the stairs this weekend.

Because I’m just graceful like that.

In our new house, I have the entire second floor to myself as an office and general crafting/sewing/painting/writing/mischief-making space. Well, on Saturday night after dinner, I went up to my She Shed to do some blogging, and on the way back down I managed to tumble head-first down the last few steps, sliding across the hardwood floor and smacking into a guest bathroom door frame.

Don’t worry, I think  my ego was hurt more than anything. Although I am now sporting some ginormous bruises on my foot, ankle, thigh, arm, and ear. (Side note: who knew you could bruise ear cartilage?!?). My head hurt for a while, but I think I’ll survive.

Alas and alack.

Sunday was significantly better, albeit also significantly hotter, with an NFL game watching the Titans lose to the Raiders.

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This work week so far has really been flying by, but only because of the insane amount of work I have to do.

Tell me, how is everyone else’s week going so far?

Until next time,

xoxo Charlotte

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4 comments

  1. Ouch ! Never good when you take a fall in Fall.:( Recently I have been reading Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children and now looking forward to Tim Burton’s movie starring the wonderful Eva Green. Must be fab going to a big game like that.Looks very…….American.;)x

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    • Ouch indeed!! Thankfully my bruises are finally starting to be less sore… Ooh I’ve heard wonderful things about Miss Peregrine’s!! I actually met the author at New York Comic Con a few years ago, before I believe the film had been announced. I recently saw a trailer for it and thought it looked intriguing.

      The game was super fun and very American indeed lol — but also wicked hot!! The temps are finally cooling down this week, but we roasted in that stadium

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      • Oh wow I can’t believe you met Miss Peregrines author.I loved the way he used real old photographs in his book.And I loved all rhe characters. Hope it gets cooler for you.Not nice to roast! X

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