[bksvol-discuss] Re: Wife as aide

Was he o.k.? With that kind of accident, falling on
something like a stove, he could have broken his back
or something.

Fortunately, no one in these stories seems to have
died, except the man of whom Sue heard, and that was
months later,maybe from the fall and maybe not.  These
tales, it seems to me, could be compiled by someone
into some kind of book, maybe a children's book that
would serve to maybe make children a little more
careful. Think of the carton-type illustrations that
could accompany the short stories -- one story per
page. I can see the book in my mind already. Of
course, whoever writes it and makes a profit should
not only acknowledge the contributers but offer one
per cent or half a percent of the profits (smile).

Cindy

-- talmage@xxxxxxxxxx wrote:

> You don't have to be visually impaired to have that
> kind of stuff happen.
> When we were building my house, my brother-in-law
> had a piece of plywood 
> covering a hole in the loft floor.  One of his
> helpers went around neat 
> nicking, picking up scrap pieces of wood; when my
> brother-in-law stepped 
> backwards, he ended up in the living-room on top of
> the wood stove 
> wondering what happened to the plywood he had
> covering that hole.
> 
> Dave
> 
> At 05:17 AM 3/18/2005, you wrote:
> >Same sort of thing happened once when I was at a
> neighbor's house and walked
> >into a closet which had no floor, and I fell down
> to the first level of the
> >house! (the house was still being built... very
> odd, now that I'm thinking
> >of it.) The kids' mother just said "Honey, I'd
> rather you guys didn't play
> >down here." and sent me on my way. No one knew I'd
> fallen. I went home with
> >my concealed scratches, without telling anyone, and
> got scolded for being
> >over there in the first place!
> >
> >Joanie
> 
> 
> 



                
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