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  1. Heavens! Take care of yourself! I wondered where you'd been keeping yourself. Heal up now and we'll all be waiting for you when you get back.

  2. Wha…? The next time you see us? What on earth? I mean, I'm sorry about the hand and all, but can't you get some of that voice recognition software so you can tell us why you're so hippy happy while also retaining your promise not to type?
    (I'm joking, of course, but only a little!)

  3. Oh dear me! I'm so hoping you'll be all fixed up soon. Take care of yourself. And go ahead and dance, but keep your hands to your side next time!

  4. Oh dear!! I think the fainting might have been meant to be a clue! 🙂
    Please take care of yourself! I hope the specialist will give you better news than the x-ray lady did!

  5. I knew something was up…I was thinking of sending round the cavalry soon to see if you were ok! I hope its not TOOO painful. Thank God you didn't fall down the stairs too:) Gill.

  6. You are a tease! Next time? "the rest of my world is kind of scrumptiously happy" and you'll tell us about that next time! I'm hoping it has something to do with "all the delights of Christmas and dating," especially dating! Heal quickly, I can't stand the suspense!

  7. Oh you're such a tease! When IS the next time? Is it going to be soon? Can't wait to hear the reason for your scrumptious happiness! Look after that hand and do as the nice nurse tells you.
    Gill x

  8. Oh, poor Alison! Even in a moment like this, you manage to make me laugh! Well, I see this story as a sign 2008 will be a spectacular year for you! Happy New Year and please take good care of your hand.

  9. That sounds very painful !! I hope you won't have to be in cast for too long. But hey every week is too long when you want to do lots of things, so I hope it will fly by. Please take care !!!

  10. Geez, Alison!! Hope they fix it quickly and well. Let this be a lesson to you: When things swell up and turn green, you should probably go to the doctor!
    Happy New Year anyway.
    God bless.
    Terri

  11. What a hilarious way to break your hand!!!! Not that it's funny you did of course…..
    Hope it mends in the correct fashion soon – not least because I NEED to know what's been happening to make not even a bizarrely broken hand dampen your spirits! Could you teach Finlay to type perchance…..???!!!
    LOL

  12. Happy New Year, you poor broken biscuit! Thanks for leaving us some crumbs about your scrumptiously happy world. Now we are going to have to check back on the hour, every hour. Rest up and get well soon!

  13. Good heavenly days!!! You didn't mention crying. I fell down our stairs (twice in a month) and laid there like a child crying….. So much for innter grit. Hope all goes well.

  14. OH no! YOu poor thing! How painful that must have been and perhaps still is! Coddle yourself, dear, and take advantage of this. There must be some odious tasks you can have done for you, right? 😉 And my goodness…you are the cool cucumber leaving us hanging like that, now aren't you? I will be be on pins and needles 'til next you post!

  15. Oh, no wonder there has been a long silence from you! Now I can see why. Oh my poor sweet, that must have been absolute agony. My family say I have a high pain threshold but you clearly beat me [broken] hands down because I think I'd have been a jibbering wreck. At least you're now being seen to.
    I hope it all mends very soon.
    My very best wishes to you,
    Jayne

  16. I'm so sorry that you hurt yourself so terribly, but what better way to go. I agree with the doctor, the volume should probably be turned down a bit.
    I know that the louder I have my music turned up in the car, the less I can concentrate on the actual driving part of driving. Who knows where my arms end up or which way my head will turn, sooooo dangerous I'm sure.
    Hope your hand gets better and you'll be back to dancing soon.

  17. Oh now it's just mean to make us wait like that! However, I totally understand about your hand. Last Summer I tripped over the dog and hit my wrist on the doorjam and the rest is pretty much like your tale =) I'm thrilled for you that life is happy (please tell us about the Mark situation) and I know you'll be on the mend soon. Blessings… Polly

  18. Dear Allison,
    I will offer myself as your scribe. You can call me and my nimble and unbroken fingers will type your next entry. You simply cannot tantalize us like this. It's not to be borne!
    Heal quickly and come back soon!
    best,
    Mary

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