I had a very full day yesterday. I'm currently doing my PSPO training (Professional Scrum Product Owner), hoping to get certified in the coming two weeks when I get the courage to do the exam!
After a long, interesting day my head was full of information (and ideas for the office) and as we finished earlier than planned I took a small detour on the way to my sister in laws (we eat there once a week) and picked her up from the office. After getting lost as her office building is supposedly too new to be in the Sat Nav!
Once home (after a great evening with my in laws as normal) things went really wrong.
I went up to the attic to feed the cat. On the way down I checked to see that he was OK (instead of looking where I was going) and slipped at the edge of the steps. I managed to stop myself by grabbing the handrail, but not before falling half a flight of twisty, open steps and getting my foot trapped through one of the open steps.
Awful feeling when you think that you are about to break either your leg or back and there is nothing you can do. Thankfully catching the handrail stopped serious injury, but I don't think I have ever heard the sound I made coming from me before - kind of terror mixed with pain.
I think I am not working our tonight - I kept screaming in agony whenever I put pressure on the pain points through the night (apparently even when asleep) and whilst it doesn't seem too bad when sitting still now, whenever I move it all comes back...
Oh well... Time to finish my cappuccino and get to the second day of the training.