Get Out There and Break a Leg, Kid – Part 3 of 3

Your nurse is here for your treatment

Your nurse is here for your treatment

Part 3, the Finale:
At the time of my accident, I was working on an important project at P&G.  Being the single largest project ever and due to the type of work it was, we had a need to co-locate our couple hundred personnel.  We were renting an office building but it was built before all the handicap requirements were mandated.  Because I was using crutches, (and later, a cane for awhile), my office was relocated to the first floor.  Even getting into the first floor is a bit difficult when you’re on crutches and there are three concrete steps to navigate, but I managed.  I kept my office there for maybe nine months or more, until I got off of the cane.

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Get Out There and Break a Leg, Kid – Part 1 of 3

 

Ouch, this looks so painful

Ouch, this looks so painful

I really miss running and running sports.  How about I begin this week’s story in this way.  You see, I damaged my left knee in 1997, damaged it so badly that I had to stop all running sports.  It was a lifestyle-changing accident.