Well, Tinker-Beau flies with Peter Pan in faeries tales, but in real life Justin cannot walk in space, two feet from the floor! ;-)
Yesterday afternoon, we had one last 8'x4' drywall board to finish the ceiling. We were doing great time. . . .until I walked off the plank, holding the sheet rock above me, over my head, placing it. . . .I thought. Down i went, trying to break the fall. . .I fell on my right hand unfortunately attached to my right shoulder which had been wrecked a couple years ago in a ski accident which tore the four rotator cuff muscles, pulled my arm out of that socket, crushing 90% the anxial nerve which supplies power to my upper arm/shoulder. A palsied arm. . ..which fortunately healed itself, after the surgeon sewed the muscles and titanium-nailed them to the arm bone. He told me he could fix my shoulder very well. . . ".but only God can restore that nerve!" And God did!
As I lay there covered with broken sheet rock I did an examination of my arm and shoulder. . . Dr O'Shea diagnosed a bad wrist sprain and no apparent damage to my shoulder. . .just bad bruises.
A trip down-Cape to trauma center ER. Xrays and exam revealed no new damage; just bruises. "A sprain is more painful than a fracture." And I am sore, sore like hell. . . .and now "on vacation" for a few days. damn! ;-)
SO, voila! The latest news in the fantabulous life of one dry-wall hanger with a happy grateful heart and a life filled with fantastic people.