This last Tuesday my clumsy ass fell as I was taking my son to school. I swear only I could do this but it was really the craziest thing ever. There are two sets of double glass doors that we have to go through to get into the building. My son had opened up the first set of doors and was yelling at me not to get the second set of doors because he wanted to open them. So I stood in front of the doors and didn't move. The next thing I can remember I was on the floor literally in a roll with my feet in the air, almost like I was doing a backward somersault. I looked up and I saw some old man and the lady from the front desk standing next to me asking me if I was alright. I remember laughing about it and getting up as quickly as possible so I didn't look like a complete idiot. I started walking away and they kept asking me if I was alright and I just kept laughing it off saying that I was sorry but I was really okay, blah blah blah.
So I took my soon into his class and then left to go get into my car. As soon as I sat down in my car I wanted to die. I swear my ass has never hurt so bad in all my life. As I was driving to work with every little bump in the road I groaned in pain. It was horrible. I still don't know what the hell happened but I was in serious pain. So long story short I have had to baby my fat ass all week trying to get the pain to go away. I even had to stay home from work the day after it happened. I couldn't lean over or get in and out of a chair, and forget sitting for long periods of time.
The worst part about it is that I have no idea what happened. I was just standing there and next thing I knew I was on the floor. Of course my supervisor tried to make up all sorts of crazy things. She says, "It sounds like you blacked out. Are you pregnant?" WTF What does blacking out have to do with being pregnant??! And no I'm not preggo. So anyways, for those of you are might actually be concerned about my ass, I am feeling better now. I think I just bruised my tailbone pretty good and it's taken a few days to heal. I should be completely back to normal by the end of the week. :-)