Ok, I will admit it. I made a really stupid mistake. I definitely should have known better, too.
Frank is like, rolling in glory gloating right now......I did just admit I made a mistake, right?
And I ended up with a broken toe. And yes, it hurts, thank you very much.
Everyone has a story. and here is mine.....
I put up my design wall in the quilt room. First we nailed up the sheets of 8 x 4 foot foam insulation boards. Then I rolled out some batting and cut it too short.......that was a mistake, but not the one I am admitting to in this post.
I bought some spray glue and started at the top of the 8 foot sheets of foam board. I worked my way down to the floor, smoothing the batting as I sprayed.
It was working well, until I sat on the floor and tried to move the ruler. It was glued to the floor.
Oh oh. Damned overspray.
And when I sat on the floor, my shoe was glued to the floor. And, consequently, I bent my toe back (or forward) and doing the aforementioned damage.
I was very concerned about gluing my body parts to the floor as well. And to each other. I would imagine it would be quite funny to go to the emergency room to x-ray your broken foot with a design wall, a ruler and several ceramic tiles glued to your nether regions.......
So tell me your favorite mistake, ER visit or glue mishap. I want to feel like I am in good company....