Sunday, August 09, 2009

Nothing's going to hold him back.

It's been almost three weeks since Carson fell and broke his arm.

And one would think a cast from the knuckles up to one's armpit would slow them down quite a bit - not my child.

I am so impressed with this boy's positive attitude and the ways he works around the cast. Some days I forget he even has one on and I think he does too. He is still adamant about keeping it "blue" meaning he does not want anyone to sign it. And occasionally he'll talk about when the time comes to have it taken off. He does express a bit of concern and thinks they are going to use a chain saw to remove it taking his arm along with it. I've assured him that his arm will remain attached to his body.

Wednesday we have an appointment to have it checked and get another x-ray to see how well the bone is mending. From there it may be 3 more weeks of the cast, unfortunately not in time for the first day of school.

Maybe by then he'll be ready for some autographs and artwork.


  1. Did he get a waterproof cast? That made the last two breaks for my son much more bearable (yes, he broke his arm 3 times in 2 yrs...I learned about the waterproof cast option AFTER they put on the first one.)

  2. You know if anything wrong is happen then God also give lots of positiveness in out body and through which we can do that type of job which we can't do with all the facilities. Its true I have experienced over it.. Believe me..
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