Freed from aftereffects of an injury

One icy winter morning, I decided to walk about a mile from my home into my local village. The walk was downhill all the way, and I was wearing unsuitable shoes for icy weather. I skidded a fair amount but made it to the village. Then, as I got out of the way of a moving car, I slipped in a major way. My entire body became airborne, and I landed with force on my back, on my tailbone.

The car stopped, and the occupants asked if I was all right. I replied that I was—mainly because I felt so foolish and embarrassed, and also because I was very afraid. When I picked myself up, I felt shooting pain in both my legs as well as pain in my lower back. I thought I should go home, and I was grateful to be able to walk the mile back.

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