5 Stitches

Lee had an accident this morning. He was preparing to make some slow cooked barbacoa and trimming beef with a freshly sharpened knife, when an unfortunate disaster happened. Let’s just say that I was woke up by Lee telling me that I needed to bring him to a doctor to get some stitches. His ring finger now has 5 stitches in it.

Needless to say the house improvement that we had planned today didn’t happen. Maybe tomorrow.

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14 Responses to 5 Stitches

  1. Ron says:

    Ouch, sorry to hear that. Injuries that mess up planned activities are irritating.

    Ron

  2. Lynn says:

    Oh no! Take care Lee – heal fast!

    I so remember one morning I got up and was getting ready to go to work when Randy came to me from the kitchen with a paper towel wrapped around his hand and told me I needed to take him to the hospital asap. I ran into the kitchen and found blood spatter all over the wall. It freaked me out. He cut his hand and also needed stitches. It’s a scary thing!

    • robin says:

      Oh my Lynn, that sounds scary awful! Thankfully Lee’s cut didn’t sound as bad as Randy’s as there was no spattered blood on the walls.

  3. Matt says:

    Yikes, sorry to hear that, Mr. Lee! Although, I think you can just do a revert to bring your finger back to a known good state?

  4. Leigh says:

    Oh no! I hate it when things like that happen. Dan smashed his hand driving in a fence post awhile back. I was so thankful I was home at the time. Good thing you were home for Lee too.

    • robin says:

      Yup, it worked out pretty well. Lee gets very woozy and prone to passing out with anything involving blood or injuries. Hopefully Dan’s hand was okay.

  5. Pictures! No just kidding. :)

  6. lee says:

    Hey everyone, thanks for the concern! It’s all healing very nicely, so no long term harm done and now I know that knife juggling is not my forte.
    :)

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