I'm minding my own business on Saturday afternoon, freshly out of the shower, searching for my comb to untangle my mess of hair, and lo! It's on the floor.
So I bend down to pick it up, forgetting that I'd left my cabinet doors open.
I hit my head with such force on said open door that it SMASHED INTO MY LIGHT FIXTURE AND DETACHED IT FROM THE CEILING.
That's right. I broke my light fixture. WITH MY HEAD. (Well, sorta.)
I immediately texted my mother and asked her what the symptoms of a concussion were. Her response: dilated pupils, vomiting, sleepiness, headache.
To which I was like, okay, I don't know what my pupils look like normally, I'm already sleepy because I'd only gotten four hours of sleep the night before, OBVIOUSLY my head hurt because I JUST NAILED IT ON A SOLID OBJECT, but... no vomiting, so I figured I was in the clear.
Needless to say, I had (okay, still have) a ginormous bump on my head. We're talking probably about two to three inches. Which, in the grand scheme of measurements, isn't really a lot, but when you look at the size of my head, well... I have a pretty small head.
Graceful and coordinated, I am not.
Fortunately, my landlord got it all fixed up for me and I no longer have to worry about it falling ON my head when I walk underneath it.
Moral of the story, kids? CLOSE ALL CABINET DOORS WHEN NOT IN USE.