Up until last night, I thought I had tried everything. Dishwashing soap, dental floss, olive oil, two different kinds of hand lotion, ice, and Windex. I was just about to give up. However, my friends McMeaty and McCheesy were not. First came the WD-40 and lots of tugging. Standing over the kitchen sink, McMeaty gave it his all. Unfortunately the WD-40 not only lubed up my finger but his entire hand as well. No go there. Next came the dental floss. But the hand cream I had put on after the WD-40 only made the floss slip right off my finger without moving the ring. At this point, I had been sitting on the couch with my arm elevated for about ten minutes or so. This made the swelling go down quite a bit (thank you Chewy ). McMeaty was confident between the hand lotion and the reduction in swelling that another few pulls and twists would work. I sat on the couch, arm still elevated, while he patiently moved the ring up to my knuckle. Then wth a few more twists, turns, and tugging, the rin
i really wished you would have let us see her climb from the roof to the ladder!
roofs scare me!
And the reason for her going up there in the first place was what? to clean the gutters?
I always make sure I get ladders that are short enough to keep me out of trouble.
I hope the view was worth it. (giggle)
I can't believe those gloves melted. (eeek)!
Correct Chewy - no trees and nothing in the gutters. But she apparently had the urge to check anyway. She reminded me of a cat stuck in a tree.
Hey Shrinky! Well, I told her I hid a 12 pack of Sam Adams on the roof and up she went. Seriously, I think she just wanted to go up there and flash the neighbor. Which she almost did when her shorts got stuck on the gutter thingy.
Hope those hands are better today.