Wednesday, November 26, 2008

View From My Front Yard



















This is what I am seeing from my front window today. The giant tamarack is coated with snow. Hubby took this shot. He is at home, resting and getting over the shock of an unfortunate accident yesterday.

He was carrying some boxes into a customer's store. There was a crack on the sidewalk in front of the shop, with one half of the crack an inch higher than the other half. He tripped and crashed into the plate glass window. The window shattered and cut him in the forehead, on both wrists, on the little finger of the left hand and his knees took a beating too.

Poor guy had to be taken to the hospital in an ambulance to get stitched up. He is alright and considers himself very lucky that there were bars behind the window or else it could have been a lot worse.

5 comments:

GraceBeading said...

SPECTACULAR photo of your view. Sorry to hear about your hubby's accident. I hope he's feeling better poor guy. What an entrance!

Wish you and yours a happy Thanksgiving

Belinda said...

Oh Inga how very lucky that your hubby didn't get seriously hurt, I bet he's feeling pretty sore and sorry today. The tree is gorgeous,. I love snow but we don't get much only on the mountain. Belinda

Jane said...

Wow, such a beautiful tree.

From reading your latest post it's a good job your husbands got a highly developed sense of humour!
Reading about his accident really made my knees go weak!

Maggie R said...

Oh Inga, firstly the tree is gorgeous!!!we have the like here too. Can't seem to find the shut-off for the snow!!!!
I go in for cataract surgery next Monday and I am praying for snow free roads!!@!!
NOW>>>>> I was so sorry to hear about your DH accident... Oh My Goodness,,,, I guess he could consider himself lucky under the circumstances, bur what a horrible experience... Good thoughts coming his way.
xoxo
((((hugs))))
Maggie

nifwlseirff said...

That's an amazing tree! I would love to see that amount of snow. It's been so hot here in Melbourne (Australia) recently!

I hope your husband has fully recovered from his accident!

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