Ouch.  I took a bad fall at a newborn session.  I fell over a small, oddly placed, step.  It was a hard fall broken only by my camera, lens and concrete.  Jason had to come and get me and bring me straight to the ER because as soon as I got up I could feel the bones moving around inside my foot.  Thankfully, one of my dear photographer friends jumped in her car and rushed over to finish the session for me.  One split second and a fall has turned in to a painful, expensive, nightmare.  I could barely move, I hurt my foot, both knees, elbow, and my camera was shoved in to my wrist on impact.  A trip to the bathroom meant 30 minutes to get there and a lot of tears in pain.  Thankfully, I had a neighbor offer me some crutches and a sweet client offer me a knee rolling cart.  They both helped, plus this fancy new $500 boot.  But moving around was horrible.  I hate being stuck in a sitting position.  I have things to do!  Four children to chase and raise and care for, not to mention we are in the middle of our homeschool year, I need to be up teaching them.  I miss going on adventures with them, or even walking to the mailbox.  Trying to keep up with a 3 year, feels….impossible.  And because it is my right foot, I was unable to drive.  Jason had to work for home for over a week and really, it should have been much longer than that, it’s been a struggle.  I haven’t been able to work for weeks and my family relies heavily on my income.  I am tired of being in pain and am praying for healing daily.  It’s been a month and I’m trying to go back to work because bluebonnets bloomed early this year.  One day at a time.  I’m so thankful for understanding clients who don’t mind me being a little slower than usual.  So, I missed a month of my 365 project, I’m trying to pick it back up here and there, but I’m sure I’ll still miss some days until I’m all healed up.