Yes, that red car is, or should I say was, our car. By God's grace our injuries weren't as bad as they could/should have been. My husband was driving with my daughter and the other driver clipped a city bus and hit my husband head on. The broken windshield is from the airbag, thankfully, not my daughter. Here's a link to the story that the news covered along with more pictures. (The added comments below the story are others who know nothing about the accident except what they read.)
After saying our blessings, we are now a bit put off because we are in the throws of car shopping-yuk. We really liked this extremely reliable and affordable low mileage car. Trying to find something comparable has me pulling my hair out. I hate the idea of having to replace something that didn't need replacing prior to this and I'm not finding anything similar.
The drama we've been experiencing these past four plus months is getting old. I don't live a drama filled life and am ready for the "excitement" to subside. I think we are on our way because my son has been golfing very well and that has been exciting to see him improve during the school season, which just ended the other day. As he reminded us, now he has to start paying for his golf. Time to find a job, I think, to help pay for all those tee times.
I am planning on having a coffee soon. This will get me to clean the house and get back to a more typical "normal". I've already decided that I'm not worrying about making fun treats (something I love doing) because that's not important. The local grocery store can supply the goodies this time. It's the company around the table is what I crave and enjoy and are what the coffee times are all about.
Enjoy and appreciate your families today.