Friday, December 9, 2011

Just a Thought...

This thought really helped me today and I'm very, very grateful to this sweet blogger who posted the reminder some time ago. I've been stirred up and frustrated, ever since Tuesday, when I was in a minor car accident in Santa Fe.  A young girl, driving without a license, ran into the back of my car while I was stopped at a light. She had not taken the time to clean the ice from her windshield and apparently couldn't see well enough to stop. She actually couldn't see anything at all and I can't imagine how she had come so far down the road! Anyway, these things happen and they just disrupt our lives. Now I have to deal with insurance adjusters and car body shops and being without a car at Christmas time.  But I am thankful to be on my feet and because I am believing in a loving Heavenly Father, I am reminded that I am in His hands. I just wanted to pass the thought along and express my hope you all are having a good day!


  1. Bless your heart! So glad you were not injured, however, the car damage alone is enough. Hang in there! Also , love the pretty star dish cloths! blessings,Kathleen

  2. Hello Kathleen,
    Great quoteindeed. Glad you're ok after the accident. That is indeed something to be thankful for. Here is (a funny) quote that I found on pinterest and which helped me out of a dark ood some months bac, like magic:
    "Put on your big grl panties and deal with it!"
    Worked like a charm and I was smiling and up in no time!
    Take care,

  3. Thank you much for your best wishes. All of my readers have been such lovely friends!

    Kathleen, I'm so glad you liked the star dishcloth pattern. This one works up so quick and I just love quick patterns. And the star shape really is lovely.

    Dhilma, you've made me laugh. Thank you!

  4. I'm glad you are okay. Was the car that hit you insured? OH, and did the girl get cited for driving without a license? I'm just glad you are okay :) :)Love and hugs from the ocean shores of California, Heather :)

  5. Heather, thanks for your concern. I doubt there will be insurance on her side. She was driving her boyfriend's car. And, since it was one of those mornings when the police are usually tied up with other, more serious things, they never showed up. After 35 minutes, we had to get the cars out of traffic. I received a case number later from the police, but they only handed me a form to fill out for my insurance and unless it tracks back somehow from my insurance, perhaps she'll escape the license consequence as well. I probably will never know.


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