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 2 of 3

Complex looking, huh

Complex looking, huh

This is Part 2 to last week’s story.
In the morning however, just like a hungry baby, I awoke, ready to howl my lungs out.  They were trying to time my morphine crash with the surgery timing so with each ticking minute, the onset of the pain in my leg grew.  When finally I could take no more, they wheeled me down into the surgery prepping area.  And ‘there’ is where the real fun occurred.

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