Yeah! I can type with one finger if I hold the phone in my dead hand.Gawd damn.. that sucks. With a thread title like that, as soon as I read, "I was washing dishes last night, broke a plate," I gasped and shivered because I guessed what was coming.
Clearly you found a way to type, so we can still see you around these parts; but it's the actual "no guitar playing" (which we know is more important than internet chatting) that sucks worse. Not to mention the straight-up pain and aggravations that you're dealing with now in everyday life.
Sending positive vibes your way for a speedy & complete recovery.
This looks fascinatingAnd I was just going to send you a link on ARTE about 1980's Italian Disco. Well, I still will .... it may make you feel better that you weren't part of that scene.
Magazine shows, concerts, documentaries, and more: the European culture channel's programmes available to stream free of charge on arte.tv.www.arte.tv
Don't skip on any physical rehab they give you, bro ..
That totally sucks. I have a suggestion, if you want to make sure everything's going to be OK.I was washing dishes last night, broke a plate, and put a deep @ss gash into the meaty palm area of my thumb on my right hand.
Blood everywhere , ER, X-rays, five stitches, maybe some tendon damage, and god yeah, it hurts.
No guitar, no driving, no Rosy Palm and her four friends, no video games, no keyboards… I’m wrecked. Thank goodness I made the switch to bidets (y’all gotta go there if you haven’t) because my technique of wiping with the left is… let’s say; flawed.
Man, dunno how lucky I’ve been all these years without wrecking my mitts before.
I guess I’m gonna catch up on TV (I need to buy a left handed remote control) until this heals and I go to a hand specialist.
I’ll spare you the horror show pictures, because @Lola ’s husband’s feet has significantly traumatized us for the year.
But yeah, I’mma Sad Serge. I hope I can hold a pick again.
Mr Peabody to the rescue!Not sure if it will help (you could make the same mistake again), but I have a time machine I have been piecing together! Still needs some work (the duct tape is coming loose in a few spots and I need to get a new vice grip for the emergency exit door handle) for long time travel, but I am pretty sure we can get you back 24 hours with at least 90% of your body parts and 65% of your brain functions 100% intact!! Let me know if you want to give it a go!!! If not, stay strong, live long and cease and desist on all physically destructive activities (unless you really like them, and doing dishes ain't mopping so I am certain it is further down on your list of must do's)!!!!