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First aid, Frisbees & Festivals

Picture it, a hot summers day at a festival, dancing, flirty, laughing in a clearing in the crowd, when I got hit in the head by a frisbee travelling at full speed. Everything stopped, it took a full minute for me to realise that my head hurt, a lot.

Being overly conscious of not wanting to look like a total idiot, I decided to style it out by appearing not to notice what had happened. This involved standing straight up staring blankly into the crowd (I may need to work more on being casual cool), whilst people close enough to see what had happened gathered around me to check that I was ok. Until the crowd dispersed, I kept saying with a laugh, wasn’t that hilarious?

After they have gone, I admit to my friends that my head really does hurt a lot, and not in a fun way, and that I am pretty sure that I have concussion. In a strange twist we were all sober enough to know that we wouldn’t be able to go to the hospital as we were all over the drink drive limit, but were all too inebriated to consider the first aid tent.

Let me know what you think –

TTFN Eden 🙂

This Post Has 3 Comments

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    1. Hi There, I wont lie it does take a fair bit of work to set up the blog, and to make it professional, I did mine and then redid it all eight months later as it wasn’t good enough! I would say have a good look around at template and other peoples blogs, make notes of what you liked about them, and what you didn’t and leave yourself a month to do the set up. After that posting and replying is all that takes the time – make sure that you don’t accidentally mute the comments so it takes you ages to reply… see what I did there? good luck

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