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It’s Pam’s Pity Party, and you’re invited: Caption contest!

Pam-broken-armCROPTime for an impromptu caption contest. It was an exciting weekend at Pam’s house… 

A broken arm and wrist — in like five places, the word “shattered” was used.

Ok, possibly too exciting of a weekend for Pam’s taste, but she is in good spirits and has decided that a caption contest will help aid her speedy recovery — laughter is the best medicine, right?

Pam-caption-contestCROPHere’s some material to work with:

  • The injury was tiki decorating related. There was NO RUM involved, but Pam now is giving her barkcloth samples the evil eye. Other fun props in this adventure: Three colorful spaghetti globe lights — oh so sparkly underfoot as you fly past them overhead!
  • The ER at Fairview Hospital in Great Barrington, Mass. was fantastic. They keep their blankies in a blanket warmer. Pam says the doctor was particularly cute, but admits, that could be the Percocet talking.
  • Pam is right handed and says, “Good luck surviving this, Kate, as you will have to do EVERYTHING for the blog for the next 6-8 weeks until the cast comes off. In the meantime, I will be taking this time to become a better person, starting with reviewing my own safety advice.””

Full story to come on Wednesday. Until then, let’s come up with some funny captions for this pathetic photo of Pam to help cheer her up. Winner gets a $25 gift card.

Ready, GO!

  1. Karen Taylor says:

    I know laughter is the best medicine, but I feel so sorry for Pam who has given us all so much, I can’t think of anything funny to say. Pam feels like my friend or sister as I have been a weekly reader of her blog for a couple of years now. Kate, please share my concern for Pam when the percocet wears off. Speedy recovery Pam. Fondly, Karen from Phila.

  2. Kersten F. says:

    “Taking one for the tiki.”
    So sorry to see this news, Pam. Hope the surgery and recovery move along smoothly.

  3. charlene says:

    hurdling arm-first into the space time continuum, pam, the decorating doyenne of descriptive prose designs her way into the heart of Dr. Jim Kildare at Blair General circa 1963

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