Friday, June 8

My Toes Are Broken

So yesterday I found out that what I thought was sprained toes is actually fractures. Stress fractures to be exact. That's why the toes are still purple, swollen, and unusable. They're set now and bandaged. I still have not been able to walk for the most part, have been staying in bed, and sleeping a lot. I'm starting to get so bedsore though, and sad, because I'm watching June pass me by.

This will take 4-6 weeks to heal, so I still have a ways to go. Also, I wanted to thank everyone for all the kind heartfelt messages. I sure do appreciate them and they brought a smile to my face. 
I'm just too weary to write back right now.

~Claudia

22 comments:

  1. I'm sorry you can't move much... I know sleeping too much can actually make me tired.
    If my internet would let me play with friends online (troubleshooted the crap out of it, to no avail), I'd invite you to play something with me if you needed something to occupy some time.

    I'm so sorry this is going on... I know you know not to rush the healing process. Let me know if there's anything I can do, Claudia. <3

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  2. Oh my god, I feel so sorry about you. May had already passed me by when I was homebound with pneumonia and June is gonna pass me halfway when I still got two weeks left before I return to my apt. We really are in the same boat now. Not only did u miss Fanime Con but u also missed this year's E3. At least u watched the conferences through youtube. Did u?

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  3. I feel so sorry about you Claudia, take care of yourself. I wish you all the best.

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  4. It's a pity that I do not live near from your home because I shall have been able to help you at home or to carry you.
    Anyway, I wish you good restorings and take care Claudia.

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  5. Ouch, I hope the healing process goes by quicker than that. Having broken things before I know what it feels like :/ I'm praying for a speedy recovery, rest up!

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  6. Thank you so very much everyone! I appreciate it. <3 *hugs* I'm doing okay and am almost all better. It shouldn't be long now.

    Matt: Yeah, I watched a little bit of news on E3, but not much. There isn't really anything I'm excited about playing. What about you? Did you see anything you liked?

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  7. I only saw the Sony conference but it wasn't anything special. So I guess this year's E3 is an absolute failure.

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  8. Oh okay. Well, perhaps there's just nothing for us this year. E3 is always fun to go to though. ;)

    ~Claudia

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  9. Yeah plus I don't care for the Wii U at all. What r your opinions for it?

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  10. I see. :3 I haven't seen anything that strikes my interest yet either. I know I'll fall prey to Zelda when it comes out, I'm sure. I hope that I can just go over a friend's house to play or borrow it, because I don't plan on getting on.

    How are you feeling today? Resting up? <3

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  11. Me neither. As well as the 3DS but I hardly doubt that some of my friends r gonna buy it.

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  12. Ah. Okay. :) Yeah, I agree about the 3DS as well.

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  13. Also, companies r gonna begin using this "3D without the glasses feature" on their up coming mobile phones and apple isn't gonna go along with them. But could u imagine the next iphone model having that feature? if it did, would it sell well or not sell well?

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  14. Hum, well it was interesting but unfortunately it gave me a really bad headache. So for me the coolness wasn't worth it. :(

    ~Claudia

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  15. Really? I also heard rumors about that type of technology blinding children as well as teaching autistic children to read. Would this type of technology change the world?

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  16. Oh I'm not sure. I haven't heard anything about that.

    ~Claudia

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  17. I have a feeling that it will someday.

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  18. I find it strange how many people have trouble with stereoscopic visuals, but I suppose it depends on many variables such as the physical biology of the viewer, any overcompensation by the user, and the method/skill of those creating the stereoscopic imagery.
    I've personally never had any pain, but I've definitely seen visuals that were incorrectly produced. Most of these problematic images were created by taking flat graphics and artificially given a depth value; sometimes too much depth, and some given depth in the incorrect direction, creating objects the exhibit depth that would place it in an impossible arrangement in space. This would make any object that is apparently behind another granted a depth range that would place it "in front" of the other, which is of course, conflicting and can be uncomfortable to look at.
    I've seen this and other sorts of error far too often, and I believe it negatively represents the possibilities of stereoscopy, and its ability to present us with visual information as we naturally perceive it.

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  19. Yeah, again, I love the effect but it only takes about an hour or two and I've got a nice headache going on. :( That's good that it doesn't effect you though.

    ~Claudia

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  20. *nods* I seem to have lucked out with things like this. I also typically don't suffer from headaches, but should something induce one, I'm usually a baby about it, and I just want to bury my head in my pillow and cover my eyes to keep the light out.
    The pain levels are all relative, I suppose. ^__^

    Hope I didn't sound lecturey in my previous comments. I tend to go on about topics that interest me. :D

    I promise not to drag you any 3D versions of movies if you aren't up for it. <3

    Your druid,
    Aaron

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  21. Indeed. :) That's good, heehee, I like your methods. XD

    Of course not! I welcome good conversation. Never know when one might learn something new.

    I can do movies. They're just about the right length. It's gaming on the 3DS for hours that really does it to me.

    <3 Claudia

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