Monday, September 20, 2010
Not to climb a tree to get a fishing lure unstuck from a branch... drunk.
Not to ride a motorcycle, or a moped.
Not to shoot myself in the heel.
Not to jump on a trampoline.
Not to play near large farm equipment.
Not to put my hands down if I fall... tuck and roll, people!  Tuck and roll!
Not to skateboard.
Not to put my foot on the dashboard when I drive (okay, I really do this one... but it might end badly).
Not to text and drive (although I already knew that one).
Not to be a tree doctor.
Not to get in bar fights, especially again people bigger than me, with baseball bats.

And that was just in the first week... imagine how much I will have learned by the end!  Good thing I have my patients to keep my life on track...

Stay safe,


Jacquie said...

I'm not sure if this is more hysterical or frightening. But I will definitely make a note of these...

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