How NOT to Use a Knife! | Road Trip Blade FAIL

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Sometimes … I’m just an idiot.

You know those times in life where you “do it wrong”?  Well, here’s such a time for me that happened on a recent road trip to the Sierra Nevadas.

Needless to say I’m very grateful that the accident wasn’t worse than it was.  I’m thankful it didn’t cut deeper, or cut anything off.  It did hurt like a mama though.  And for weeks after, even now actually as I feel it, there is still pain from the tissue damage that occured, though it’s much better now than it was in those first few weeks.

When I’d accidentally hit it against something, or put pressure on it – Ouch! it would flare up in an instant and hurt throbbing for a while after.  Anyway, it could have been a lot worse, and I’m thankful to God that it didn’t affect the trip in any real way.

Thank you for being here.  Always.  Yes, you.

 

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Glad to have a second chance on life, by God's grace.

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