Don't worry, it wasn't bad. I was riding my bike through the parking garage to put it on E's car and go pick her up. I was in a bit of a hurry, so I was riding full bore (but that's not much in a parking garage unless you're on a downhill stretch...luckily I was on a flat section). I went to turn left (hey, at least it wasn't turning right) and I leaned in to the turn. I know that in snowy/icy conditions that you should remain more upright, but I was inside the parking garage. Apparently there was a thin layer of ice on the ground and not even my Ice Spiker Pro tires could keep their grip.
Luckily, there were not any moving cars nearby when I took my spill...I landed on one wrist, then the other (oops) and then in slow motion, my chin hit the ground. I guess that's where the full face helmets come in handy.
After the fall, I laid there for a bit assessing the damage. Lucky for me it was just a bit of a red spot on the heels of my hands and probably an eminent bruise on my chin. As I went to get up, I noticed how slippery the ground was. I couldn't even see the ice when I was inches away from it! I'm ready for some spring time riding without accumulated snow, ice, or below-zero temperatures/wind chills.