Sunday, June 21, 2009

Toe DRAMA!

A little over a month ago we got some new carpet, which meant we had to basically pack up like we were moving, and then we had to move it all back again! I had the genious idea that we should be a "no shoes" house with the new carpet and quickly took my shoes off mid furniture moving. BIG MISTAKE!!!! I was walking backward, then I stopped, but unfortunately the dresser didn't, and off came my toenail :( I dropped to the floor in PAIN as Keith ran to get a towel so the blood wouldn't get on the new carpet. Anyway, it didn't actually come all the way off and I've been waiting for it to fall off or reattach or something!!! I've already had one infection in it and I'm really hoping to avoid that from happening again! Recently it decided to start growing UP and therefore it was time to trim is down (again). I'm so sad that I can't get a cute summer pedicure, and that there is a chance I never will have a cute toenail ever again. Sad day :( But hey...now that it's short I can wear tennis shoes again maybe I'll start my summer workout plan!
Here it is waving hello to my blog readers :)




7 comments:

Emilie said...

OW! That looks terribly PAINFUL!

The Hoogland Family said...

that is so gross!

Amy and Jonathan Hook said...

Okay, that is the grossest thing ever! You are so brave to talk about it like it's not that big of a deal. Jonathan stepped on my toe about a month ago and I went crazy - and all I had was a little dent in it. You are tough:)!

Alison and Utah said...

That is absolutely disgusting and I just threw up in my mouth.

Anonymous said...

Meghan, the toe looks painful, sorry....
I heard your mom was in town I would like to see her if she is still around. I don't have a phone # for you or I would call. Please give me a call and let me know. (509.552.1350)
Thanks and remember you are in charge of the next Valley Girls outing.
Debbie

Trish said...

Meg, good choice on the pink nail polish! LOVE IT!! Always fashion forward ;)

Anonymous said...

Hey that is exactly what my toe looked like on the Caribe my first summer at Malibu. The crazy nurse at Camp Reed put tea tree oil on it when I got back to camp and I now have a normal toenail again. Good Luck.

Joe