It’s BROKEN!

I can’t believe this! I stubbed my toe (HARD) on a little desk at school last night before my late class. I was wearing toe socks (for the babies) and caught the desk leg in-between my toes. It quickly swelled up and turned purple. I knew I had to get it checked, but I still felt bad going to ER with the possibility that it was just painful but not fractured. Everyone at ER kept saying “not to worry, it’s not broken,” so they kept me waiting for hours (four to be precise). When the x- ray tech came back he asked me if I thought about investing in steel- toed shoes for work. Clear as day I had a full break with a nice diagonal and a big gap between the bones of my toe. If you, like the doctor, are wondering, which toe, just look. I’ve gotten a ‘lot of “Which – OH!, that one!” The doctor did that, too.  They can’t do anything more for me than pain killers and a soft cast, which I think sucks, but the doctor said I should be happy, it’ll heal straight this way. All I know is it hurts!

Broken Toe in Soft Cast with Pedicure

Still jealous of my fancy pedicure?

Broken Toe in Soft Cast, Broken 4th Toe

The line is where the break is and its direction.

I’ve never broken anything before. This sucks!

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About Lacey Clifton

Social Media Marketing Expert, Lacey Clifton, specializes in leveraging dynamic media platforms for organic, customer-centric marketing. She has been working with surgeons and specialty medical practitioners since 2009, providing training, coaching, and full-service marketing for lead generation, but has been marketing through online social media platforms since their first adoption by small businesses. Lacey received her Bachelor’s Degree from Old Dominion University in Virginia, where she graduated with Summa Cum Laude and Phi Kappa Phi Honors. Additionally, she was recognized as the Communications Department Graduate of the Year and received a Faculty Award of Excellence for her performance at the university. She greatly enjoys learning environments, as both a student and a teacher, keeping her ahead of changes in social media platforms and fueling her passion to teach others.

Posted on June 14, 2007, in A Girl in Japan, Health and Wellness and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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