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Son Went to ER

August 17th, 2017 at 05:36 am

Last night when my son was biking home from work, he was cut off by a car, thrown off his bike, and he passed out briefly after the accident. A good Samaritan called for help, and he ended up in the ER. He only has a few bumps and bruises, and everything else checked out, but it was a bit of a scare. I went and sat with him for a little while as he was waiting to be discharged, more to keep him company than anything else.

I learned, through this incident, that my new phone is not ringing and is not even logging incoming calls. So when people are trying to contact me, I have no idea. Texting, however, works fine. I went through all the troubleshooting steps, but it didn't seem like any of them were the fix. But Motorola has pushed two system upgrades, so I am in the process of downloading and installing them. If the phone is still not working properly, I guess I have to call the company. Tired of this. So nostalgic for the days when stuff actually worked.

C and I took the boys to the $1 children's movie yesterday. I took the caramel corn I made for a treat. (Hidden away in my bag, of course!)

I had another PT session. The therapist seems frustrated, as I am clearly not improving as quickly as I should. I'm frustrated, too. He thinks it is osteoarthritis, but I'm experiencing a flareup, which should settle down in time. Weight-bearing exercise seems to be the worst trigger. But I'm stuck up here above three flights of stairs, and I can't help but aggravate my injury every time I go out, or go to the basement to do a wash.

I won't see him again until next Thursday, so I hope there will be significant improvement by then.

7 Responses to “Son Went to ER”

  1. michelle Says:

    CB - I hope your son is doing better.. how scary. I hope you feel better with your knee, too

  2. creditcardfree Says:

    I'm so glad your son is okay! It is sad that driver's don't give wider room when passing. I always slow down for a bike rider so I can pass with care.

  3. My English Castle Says:

    Phew--what a scary incident. People really don't "see" bikes.

  4. LuckyRobin Says:

    Did they get the license of the person who caused the accident?

  5. CB in the City Says:

    No, they didn't. My son said it appeared the driver did not even realize what had happened.

  6. FrugalTexan75 Says:

    Glad your son was basically ok!

  7. rob62521 Says:

    Wow, what a scare! Hope your son is OK without major problems down the road.

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