Well not just! Last Monday (the 16th) I was walking home with my lunch when I slipped on a manhole cover. Before I hit the ground I know something in my left leg was broken, at first I thought it was my ankle but it turned out to be my tibia and fibia. Anyway after 30 minutes an ambulance turned up and took me to A & E where I had a x-ray which showed it had a double break for the left leg. The problem was I had a spiral fracture rather than a normal straight fracture so they would have to operate. Anyway after a wait of seven days on a hosptial ward they got the best surgeon in the area to insert a metal plate into my leg and use seven screws to hold it in place. Then I got let out on Wednesday and I am now at home recuperating. The care of the hospital staff was great and the quality of surgery is amazing. I only have one small dressing on my ankle and very little pain. It will be about three months until I am fully back to normal with my leg and it has made a big set-back to my degree for which I will miss about 4 weeks at least but hopefully I will get back into it OK. Dont know why I posted this, I suppose I am getting a bit bored by now.