Jo here: Thanks to everybody who was so kind and sympathetic about my ride on the ice!
To Tober and KB, yes I have Yak Traks (try Amazon) but when we went out it was wet on the streets and sidewalks and I thought it would just continue to thaw instead of getting colder. You can be sure I will wear them everytime I go out next winter. Thanks!
To Bertie, no I have never played rugby and truly hope to not start at this time. Glad your Grand Dad made it OK in his fall.My best wishes to him!
Now about four of you suggested (you know who you are) that Stella's many kisses on my face pulled me through this fall with no serious injury and who knows, you could be right, I suppose! Thanks to you.
To Stella from down under, who thinks your head is a funny place to keep a goose egg. I would agree with you on this one, and now it is gone, and most of the hurt with it.
To Kim who said its too bad we don't fall like an 8 year old anymore. This is a fact, Kim, having lived here in Minniesnowda for most of my life, I have taken a lot of falls and if I were an 8 year old rugby player I probably wouldn't have even noticed this one.
To Sue who fell on the ice in the presence of her 8 or 10 dogs who comforted her by climbing on top of her, which got her laughing and we all know laughter is good medicine!
A couple of years ago, I had knee replacement surgery and when I fall I am afraid of that bionic knee falling to pieces, but it proved itself hearty. Maybe one of the reasons is the White Dog Army is
sending White Dog positive energy and safe travel vibes.
I am very grateful for all your friendship
So let this be it for the fall on ice. Tomorrow I am going to tell you about a hobby!
Cheers and hugs,
Jo, Stella, and Zkhat