Thanksgiving Day was Thursday. Due to work schedule disruption, Thanksgiving Dinner will be on Friday at our house.
We found the smallest turkey we could, 11.76#, on the Saturday prior.
It was carried home in a double layer of plastic from the store. It was carried into the house and put in the kitchen sink while other groceries were put away. Then I went to move it to its "thawing" position. I picked up the double bagged bird, lifted if from the sink - and BOTH of the plastics split, dropping nearly 12# of frozen turkey onto the toes of my right foot.
Those wine bottle chiller sleeves that you keep in the freezer until needed (?) work perfectly to ice toes.
Later we went to the local ER to check the condition of my foot. It didn't hurt nearly enough to my way of thinking.
The PA told me that due to the restricted size of toes, as soon as they swell they can diminish blood flow and block nerves. She said to have ibuprofen on hand for when the swelling went DOWN.
X-ray showed toes not broken, just bruised.
Round 1 to the turkey, just wait, I have the final victory here.
AAR, Great Eclipse of 2017
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