Friday, May 07, 2010

A Moment of Silence For the CR-V

This is what the CR-V looks like now that someone T-boned it. We loved this car. It was in perfect condition and we owned it. It's nice that I can sit here and lament the loss of our beloved car instead of lamenting the harm or death of my beloved husband. I've already lost count of how many times we've thanked all the forces of good in the universe the girls weren't in the car when this happened. As you can see here, the door on Sarah's side was torn off the car. Jeremiah is one sore fellow today, but he's going to live. We're looking forward to him seeing the chiropractor for an assessment of the real damage. I know it was an accident, but damn, lady watch where you're going!

4 comments:

Aunt So-So said...

Hug your family!

karen said...

O.M.G. Thank God the kids weren't in the car! I'm also glad to hear Jeremiah is ok - that is one nasty looking crumpled car. Was the other driver texting? How'd she miss a huge, bright red car, right in front of her?

LMP said...

We have no idea what the other driver was doing, but I'm reasonably certain that "looking both ways before hitting the gas" is not it. Crazy, right? I'm sure she's very shaken and sore, too...AND her car is utterly totaled, but it's going to be a few more days before I can feel for her.

The Meacham Family said...

Oh goodness, so glad everyone was OK. RIP CR-V.