I have been a little under the weather lately. Thank you for bearing with me.
This past Friday, I was involved in a car accident. It was minor…and I thank God.
You know how…at times, people stop and allow you to cross over in front of them because traffic is backed up. Well, I did that and I got hit on the rear door of the passenger side of my BF’s car. (Yes, I felt bad because it was his car.) There was a right turn lane and I thought that the person closest to that lane (there were two, three including the turn lane) was keeping and eye out for more traffic. He wasn’t and waved me through. I won’t be doing that again. I’m a pretty cautious driver but I let my guard down. Lesson learned.
The good news is that while I did get a ticket, it was a warning. That meant no cost and no points as far as the ticket goes. That was an incredible blessing.
The other person involved seemed a little sketchy. I’ve never experienced where someone didn’t want to exchange information. Which is par for the course. First he was going to and them he changed his mind. Oh well, things happen.
So, I’m not quite myself.
Then,…yesterday I was working in the yard. Doing something I shouldn’t. You see, I have bad arthritis among other things. I’m steady enough to walk and get around (I do take a cane with me when I’m out and use it for safety) just not steady enough to be digging shrubs out of the ground. As I learned. Well, I fell. Because of the arthritis I have a hard time getting up once I fall. But I was able to manage getting up. Yay!
I don’t like to give up and give in. But…there comes a time and place when you have to be sensible about your limitations. Or, learn the hard way. I’ve always been one to do what I wanted to do. Arthritis is limiting.
I was fortunate that shortly after…my neighbor came out of his house. I asked if he would help me and he did. It didn’t take him too long to get the root out of the ground. I was thankful and appreciative. I guess I just need to ask. Well, that’s about it.
Btw, I’d like to ask that you keep me in your prayer’s…I surely need them. May the Good Lord Bless You. Thank you.