Thank you THOMS1 and SUSIEMT for your comments. It was amazing that I found it comforting (hanging upside down on a seat belt) that my SPAT stayed in place. I still hadn't got the attention of any one to come to my rescue and just before the accident I had realized that I didn't have my cell phone with me. I could see my sister's purse and did try to manipulate my foot to try to drag closer. Just about then someone came around the curve. Later the fact that I checked for my SPAT was a little humor that got through a lot!
Karynlynn17's I also just read your comment on the challenge and (very good by the way) Yes, we could be taking our last breath but first we would have to stop and check to see if our spat was still there and working.
Karynlynn you are a true Spat owner!!! I just read your comment regarding the challenge! After anything horrendous happening that we stop and check for our spat it does say something about us!! Woo Hoo you! My hat is off to you!
Hi Karyn! Well, I'll get DB to take some piccies of me when I get home - it's time I immortalised by camera my partial weight loss - 31 officially, but I think it's more like 34, will weigh myself when I return. I'm half way there but feel terrific already. What a huge change in me this year - success breeds success and I'm going to get there; I can feel it, it's my time!