Thursday, January 21, 2010

Kitchen Disaster

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Apparently, our new Cuisinart Smart Stick hand blender has the power button along the side where you hold the unit. And apparently, while holding it and thinking that you can get the food that’s caught in the blade out, you (I) can accidently be pushing the power button.  Apparently, I’m not so smart.  I learned the hard way.

‘Twas a long night in the ER, but the good news is that it’s still attached.  (Many stitches and a fractured bone.)  The bad news is that it pretty much wipes out any hope of working out or doing much cooking for some time. The other good news is that I know have an excuse to make Scott change all the diapers.   The other bad news, it’s hard to even hold my little peanut :-(

Stay tuned though, I may have to feature some meals made by my darling husband.

In the meantime, does anyone have any suggestions for any super healing foods?

 

7 comments:

  1. Wow, that looks super painful! I hope you recover quickly. I wish I could suggest healing foods...maybe a ton of veggies and fruits for the vitamins?

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  2. OH NO!!!! Are you okay?

    How terrible! Hopefully you'll heal quickly!

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  3. So scary! Glad you are ok and remember lots of rest and I have heard Green Tea is good.

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  4. OMG! That is crazy!!!!!! You poor thing!!!!! I don't have any advice but to just take care of yourself!

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  5. Oh no!! I wish you a speedy recovery. You can try eating foods high in omega-3 fats!

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  6. Yikes, that is horrible!!! The ER is never fun, but I'm so glad that you can rest and recover now. Oh dear, I'm not sure about particular healing foods. The first thing that pops to mind is PROTEIN, haha. I sincerely wish you a speedy recovery!

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