Two Hands Make Light Work

Well, we seem to have become the Accountant/Hand Rehab clinic recently.

Both injuries are animal related. Kerri decided it would be a good idea to stick her hand down her large dog’s throat to stop it from choking – resulting in various nerve and tendon damage. I fell off my horse, who had decided there were 4 strides before the jump, but I had already departed on three – resulting in a broken wrist needing a plate and screws.

Between us we are managing, as you can see below, but please bear with us if there are some delays.

PS the dog and the horse are both fine.

two hands

10 thoughts on “Two Hands Make Light Work

  1. Get well soon Lindsay and Kerri,
    It appears you have an enthusiastic helper on your left had side
    Kind regards
    Graeme and Maria

    Sent from my iPad

  2. Oh dear, so sorry to hear. Get well soon.

    I was hoping your next blog would expand on the scenario which I face (surely not uncommon amongst your clients) about how to get money to the younger generations (for house purchasing) without entirely losing control of it.

    Happy pecking on the computer or, better still, a chance to perfect dictating to the computer.

    Cheers,

    Diana

  3. I thought that you were a bit quiet on the email front.

    Hope you recover quickly. Dangerous things horses.

    Regards,

    Ann Moore

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  4. Oh no Lindsay!! Hope the recovery is not too painful!

    On Thu, 6 Feb. 2020, 9:31 am Bridgland & Co Blog, wrote:

    > Lindsay Bridgland posted: “Well, we seem to have become the > Accountant/Hand Rehab clinic recently. Both injuries are animal related. > Kerri decided it would be a good idea to stick her hand down her large > dog’s throat to stop it from choking – resulting in various nerve and > tendon ” >

  5. Hi Lindsay and Kerri

    Great team effort! Hope you are both making a speedy recovery.

    Warm regards

    Pauline

    Pauline Langeluddecke PhD MPsych MAPS

    Clinical Psychologist

    PO Box 634

    Rozelle NSW 2039

    Australia

    Tel: 61 2 9238 0200

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