> Yeah, I'm over a month late, but only because 2006 fairly literally came in with
> a bang. New Year's Eve night I was hit while walking by a drunk driver and
> knocked unconscious, possibly the result of having been thrown about 30' into a
> wall. As fun as that was, I didn't wake up from it until the 19th and it's
> taken the last couple of weeks working on my coordination to get to the point
> where typing's not completely impossible. Still not easy, but actually becoming
> So yeah, Happy New Year to everyone. And if any of you had resolutions to lose
> weight, this is a great way to do it. 10lbs., three weeks, no Subway.
Thanks, but no thanks. I've been run over once in my life, and almost hit so many times in the past year and a half that Tori Amos could write a song about it. I found it's an experience that I don't much care to repeat, and I was only out for nineteen minutes. I can't imagine what you must be going through.
If you want, I could... take care of the problem, so you can concentrate on recovery and PT and all the other bullshit that goes along with getting hit. Then again, removing the problem also removes the possibility of owning the problem for the rest of its miserable life, so I'll understand if you decline.