Interesting technique for a sprain. colourful ,yes, but did it work?
I'll keep you posted, Val - she's very hopeful! :D
I hope she gets well soon! It looks at least nice with colors...lol!
Me too, Susi...physical activity keeps her sane. :D And I like the colour so much I may just go out and buy some medical tape!
Love it! I hope the tape did it's trick and Rochelle was able to get in another ski trip. Wishing here a speedy recovery!
We're keeping fingers crossed this will keep her out of (more) trouble today, and if not, at least she'll be a colourful accident. :D
Ouch--albeit a very colorful one!!
Agreed, Kay...I'm hoping she gets through the skiing today without needing some more colour...
Oh dear - I don't know whether to smile or be worried Win!!! LOVE your positiveness! Praying she will have a great day and heal quickly too. Xj.
I'm pretty sure this chickadee is indestructible, so I think we're all good, Joi! And if nothing else, it's great entertainment for the eyes. :D
Interesting... ankle art! How to make an injury a bit of fun :) Take care xx
True, Shirley - it reminds me of how excited my son was when he broke his arm as a child and got to choose a Ninja Turtle green cast. Colour works for everything! :D
Wow I'm still limping around from my December knee surgery And I never got anything that cool, they are almost beautiful when you don't consider what you did to get them. I hope you get healed up quick so you don't miss out on any winter fun.
Ouch, Deann - that sounds like a horror! I'm glad you're getting over it. The ankle in question above is attached to my daughter, Rochelle, as I no longer ski. I was just in appreciation of all that colour, and didn't have to deal with the pain, thank goodness!
Thanks for your comments - I value every one!