Tagged with broken hand

Of Injuries, Body Image, and Osteopenia

Of Injuries, Body Image, and Osteopenia

By the time I post this entry, it will probably have been sitting in my “Drafts” pile for a while. It’s something I’ve been wanting to talk about, but also kind of a touchy subject, and I didn’t want to be that person who complained that they lost too much weight. Like, everyone hates that … Continue reading

An Ode to my Cast

An Ode to my Cast

Dear misshapen purple cast: You helped to heal my broken hand, You’ve made my bone anew. But live with you another day, I surely cannot do. We had some fun on July 4th, I even tried to play, (dodgeball) But if you asked, “Katie, would you like your hand back?” I’d quickly say OK! I’d … Continue reading

A Broken Weekend in Photos

A Broken Weekend in Photos

I learned a few things this weekend. 1) Breaking your dominant hand makes most things reaally really difficult. This list of things includes, but is not limited to: typing, writing your rent check, cutting veggies, applying nail polish, washing your hair, opening and closing windows, washing dishes, applying liquid eyeliner, sleeping comfortably…You get the picture. … Continue reading