Again today I couldnt bring myself to work on the bed, so I decided to stain the tool box and then work on cleaning up some of the mess in my shed and my yard from all the crap I brought home from my old store and decided today I start tossing or using it.
A few metal shelves I had laying around since oct, I decided to mount above the garage door and just store my cooler and other things I only use a few times a year.
While mounting them, a tough spot, on the next to top step of the ladder, I put a shelf into the standards, and put the steel level on the shelf to see if I had it level before I secured it all.
It needed a tiny tap on one side, and I did it, but the level fell and caught my right eye, smashed into my working glasses, which saved my eye for sure, and then just ripped the glasses off my face along with breaking the chain I keep around my neck so my glasses dont fall.
The glasses are ok, they landed on the sawstop.
My eyes are ok, but never underestimate the value of a pair of safety glasses no matter what simple task you are doing.