Thursday, May 22, 2014

UPDATE on my T, H, NG, VBDay

I'm feeling much better today! The annoying lineman has benched himself, and all I have left is a little bit of pain in my left arm.

I was doing some reading up on T-bone crashes yesterday... I am so VERY lucky to have walked away with so little damage! T-bones are usually far more deadly than front or rear collisions! Lucky that... was a relatively slow speed crash was a small car that hit me
...the point of impact was at the strongest part of the car frame
...I ended up with no broken bones, no concussion, no lacerations ~
   in fact the only mark I have on me is a thin red line from where the seatbelt  
   'bit' me near my collar bone!!

Re: the insurance some of you have asked about ~ they've been great! We fortunately were covered against the uninsured driver, and they are paying for a really cool rental car until mine can be fixed. No word on how long that will take.

I'm going to give myself one more day of chill-axing before I get back to full activity.

Thank you all who have sent your good thoughts and wishes and concern ~



Laurel Stephens said...

Glad to hear you're on the mend and get to drive a cool car while yours is being fixed. Take it slow, though. Shock to your system and all that...

cathy @ma vie trouvee said...

Oh my gosh bobbie - you are soooo lucky your injuries were minimal! I am happy to hear you are feeling better. I can't even image - it must have been so scary. Now I need to be saying SAFE travels to you!!!!

Carolyn said...

Good news; you are mending quickly. I agree; you were one lucky gal. Enjoy your weekend and I hope you find some great treasures in your garage sale travels.

Art and Sand said...

I am so glad that you walked away with so little damage. Relax and take it easy.

Bonnie said...

So glad that you are fine, and the insurance co. is being so good about this!

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