Best I can manage is positive thoughts. I wish you all your loved ones the best, Sue and I hope it doesn't get you down too much.whoosanightowl wrote:We have 3 family members in the hospital currently. My husband's brother (seizures and diabetes), my sister (persistent cough and detox-again), and my niece (pancreatitis-again). And they're all at different hospitals, none of which are nearby. What a way to spend Easter.
I'd be grateful for any positive karma sent their way, whether by prayer or thoughts.
I hope so too, Suewhoosanightowl wrote:We're supposed to be going to Florida next month with my brother-in-law and his family, so hopefully he'll be doing better by then, and the other two as well.
Sorry to hear that, Rian. It shouldn't matter that it's a new vehicle and that what's important is that your family is okay. But, I have to agree, it does. Something ain't new once it's fixed. Hopefully the vehicle will be replaced. Something to think about if it's not though, they have got better at determining if a car's repairable nowadays - which is to say, if the insurance company decides to fix it, chances are it's because it actually IS repairable (so that you'd never know it had been involved in an accident) and not because they're trying to save a dollar. They seem to have worked out that going down the "saving a dollar" path was just plain bad economics in the long term.Rian wrote:So this weekend, he decided to take the boys for a half day quad trip while my daughter and I had some girl time. He's pulling off the 2-lane highway to the quad area, and POW!!!! He got rear-ended by a tanker truck.
Rian wrote:Thanks everyone for the tips and the sympathy! Some soreness is starting to come out (husband - neck and back; oldest son - hit knee on console; youngest son - hit side of face on door frame, TMJ sore) but it looks like it will be minor. Good advice about the cell phone! and sorry about your sister's settlement, A37 - is she OK?
And I'm VERY happy that my loved ones are basically fine!!!!!
Rian wrote:sorry about your sister's settlement, A37 - is she OK?
Rian wrote:I think there will be reruns in hell, too [...]
Rian wrote:I think there will be reruns in hell, too ("and now here's some MORE pictures from our high school reunion ... ")
I think the ones in heaven will be fun, though (not that there's any Biblical basis for having them, but I bet they'll be there!)
Update - they totaled the car - hooray! Hopefully we'll hear the proposed settlement by the end of this week or early next week.
Rian wrote:Rats. Saw the dr. today, and I have a torn rotator cuff, hanging on by a thread. More surgery *sigh* but I can't do it until the first part of December.
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