Thursday, August 31, 2006

Small Prick

Thanks to the miracle doctors at the QEQM, I was able to get out in the garden again yesterday.

While I was pulling up the weeds under the hedge at the front, I felt a sharp stabbing pain in my left thumb. On closer inspection, it seemed I had been jabbed by a syringe which had been dropped there, next to what looked like a cable tie. The syringe was marked 'insulin', so I can only assume some poor diabetic must have come over a bit queasy and had to inject themselves on the spot.

I do wish they'd take their paraphernalia home with them, though, and not just toss it in my garden.

2 Comments:

At 9:07 am, Blogger sfdretywu said...

Are you sure that it wasn't marked 'insultin'?

 
At 5:03 pm, Blogger The Angina Monologues said...

Well it might have been. It had some kind of brown residue in it.

 

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