Let's see, what I can remember.
Froze my toes, but they got better.
Froze my fingers, but they got better too.
Hurt my knee, but it got better in a few months.
Hurt my other knee; it got better too.
Got a booboo on my head (whacked it with the ski rag dolling back in the days when skis were attached to the legs with leashes)
Knocked myself out somehow (counts as a concussion I guess).
Did a number on my ribs; they got better in a month or two, but the lung took longer.
Did another number on my ribs, but either not as bad, or I'm getting used to it.
Schmucked my thumb.
Hurt my shoulder.
Discomboomerated my other shoulder just when I was finally able to lift the ski-chair safety bar with the originally hurt shoulder.
Damaged my wallet as glasses, goggles and helmet all needed replacing after my last fall, possible concussion.
Not to mention the odd black eye and bloody nose, here and there.
EDIT: to add How could I forget, broke my wrist - actually got that one x-rayed, casted and everything (after I finished skiing of course)!
Hurt both heels landing too much air in the middle of a very icy and rock-hard half pipe. Couldn't walk without pain for about two months.
Edited by Ghost - 9/20/14 at 8:56pm