Sunday, April 29, 2007

My Hand

The Chipster has been silent for the last two days for a very good reason. It's the same reason it's take me five minutes to type two lines. I had an accident with a hammer on Friday morning and ruined my left hand. For the sake of economy, I won't go into details. One handed typing is not easy.

The hand was terribly swollen on Friday, better yesterday, and should be usable tomorrow. For the moment, there's still some painful swelling. It has caused all kind of trouble with my thong and I've had to cancel all shows for the next week or so.

I had to type this, no matter how difficult it was, since I don't want you to think I've deserted you.

5 comments:

mutterings and meanderings said...

Poor Chippy, life is dealing you a bum hand at the moment ...

Ms Baroque said...

Chip, sorry to hear about your terrible accident - thank God it was only your hand! I'd hate to think what a hammer could do to a thong...

I very much hope it improves as fast as you have predicted and you caqn get back to the all-important work of keeping the adoring hordes (say that three times fast) happy.

I did fear that you might have done a runner. Run away to join the circus, or go into politics, or something.

Arthur Clewley said...

I've often heard say that you can always spot the maked welsh lid-dem in the room, he'll stick out like a sore thumb they say. Now I understand the origins of the proverb..

Trixy said...

You poor thing! But that's what happens when you push the boundaries of male stripping. Hope you manage to pefect the act.

Trixy

Chip Dale said...

M&M: Life is indeed a toil at the moment but I must plod on, if only for the sake of my Romanian and her chickens.

Ms. Baroque: You are right to be worried. There is always a chance I'll enter politics, but I don't think I could let down Bangor's ladies. I already have one mandate, which I have to meet at least twice a month.

Arthur: I don't need a sore thumb to stick out in a room but that's a story for another day.

Trixy: there's not much ground breaking about nailing up a door, though now you're giving me ideas about a new routine involving hinges...