I'm glad you finally had a good outcome aka re-caulking the bath and I'm sorry for having to giggle at your unfortunate mishap, hope the bruising and tenderness go away quickly and remember the bathroom is the most dangerous room in the house. Marian
Sorry for your speedy mishap hopefully you will have a speedy recovery. God Bless
Wow! After reading this I think I will hire it done! Glad you did not break anything!
Misadventures get funnier the further we get away from them! So sorry for all that. My mom used to hire an ex-military guy to recaulk her two tubs and all he wanted was a new white Sunday shirt for his time. Bet you'd have been glad to get that deal!
Yikes...glad you were not seriously hurt...take it easy!
Ouch, ouch, ouch. You have a way with words. You make this whole episode sound funny. I could not help but laugh. Truly I hope you feel better soon. You were lucky, that you did not gt hurt more. Glad you are still on this side of the daisies.
I am glad you are not seriously hurt. The soreness seems to last a long time. I did laugh as I read this and thought about an article I read eons ago about an accident. Your writing is just like that. I'm sure you could publish this story, once you feel much better or course. Rest and recover and I'm also glad you finished the caulking.
Glad you are OK> You can laugh once you heal!
Definitely wasn't funny at the time, but it's one of those things that when looking back and we are OK that you then can see the humor and have a laugh over it.
I had a similar thing happen a long time ago, but it also was very serious as I almost blacked out, but later in retelling it I was able to laugh at myself , at how the best laid plans for doing things safely can go wrong!
Glad you are OK. Take care.
Oh!!! my what a dreadful misadventure, you are lucky to only have bruises. However i would still get checked out by the doctor just to make sure all is okay. Think perhaps you may need help in your renovations, would be safer. Take care of your self. Sandra.
My goodness, I had no idea you were also a stunt person. Seriously, OUCH! Thank goodness you did not stab yourself with the putty knife. Now I think you need to take a long hot soak in that tub. That is if you promise you won't have another accident.
Well i am rotfl (rolling on the floor laughing)and i am glad your not hurt.
Also i helped hubby take out tub as the water leaked and the floor was wroughting and all the insulation etc. So we had to put in new floor under the tub and some special batting for that etc. in the walls what a job .Yes those bathrooms can be deadly lol hugs from Canada Carolyn
I'm glad that you can laugh at yourself. I laugh at myself all of the time.....I never cease to be entertained.
You didn't find any wayward caulk did you? lol
Love the saying - think I may have to put it up in the bathroom, just to show it my appreciation for catching me :-)
Boy are you lucky nothing broken. Sore muscles hurt for ages. Did you get the caulking finished?
Yes, I got all the caulking done and it looks mighty fine. I'm rather proud of the job I did.
Oh bother! I had my almost first slip in the tub last week. I do not want to experience what you did - ever!
Sorry to hear of your misadventures, but you sure have a great knack to tell a tale, keeping your audience interested 'til the very end!
Most importantly, I hope you feel better soon!
Oops, hope you feel better soon, take it easy, take care
Oh! Vida, I am so sorry to read this. I'm so glad that you are o.k. albeit bruised badly on your backside and all the other issues. You make sure you see a doctor, because you may have some internal problems. Please rest and take care. Love Chris
I just don't find that funny,You are fortunate you weren't seriously hurt
I'm sorry Bev. I didn't laugh at all yesterday, but the more I think about it today, the happier I am that I wasn't really hurt too bad, so I have to chuckle. If you knew me you'd know that this is just somewhat of a regular occurrence for me as I am one BIG klutz and have done some of the darndest things over the past 58 years.
DAILY QUOTE february 1: "Step with care and great tact, and remember that Life's a Great Balancing Act." Dr. Seuss