Some of you might want to know what, exactly happened.
I was going to give BG a ride home to the train station.
But little was I aware of his charming sense of humour. I did drive a little to fast (50/60 km on a 70km road), I lost control over my car, we went back and forth over the road to finally hit the ditch, onto a rock, hit the tire on a concrete well, go up in the tree and then fall back on to all four tires.
It was that bad, that the car could’ve just turned itself around but it managed to keep its control somewhat.
When we landed and the car stood still, I looked at BG, no blood there. I looked around, not understanding the situation. When I did, I turned over to BG and said: FÖRLÅT!! (Sorry).
After two hours, I had to call my dad, my brother and then Val to let them know of the situation and that I was fine (as well as BG).
I did feel a tingling sensation at the back of my neck, and I began to feel sick. I sat down (more like hunched) on the ground and I had trouble with breathing.
Brother came to the spot as well as others (all of them complaining about how fast I usually drive on that road, but I am not the only one) to come and help us.
None of them had the powers to get my car up from the ditch, so Brother had to get the tractor.
After a while we finally got the car up, BG and I walked behind the tractor, Dad came with his car and drove behind me and BG.
… You can see how bad this was…
My little pearl… My gorgeous car…
So, I did mention that my neck started to hurt, right?
I nearly began to cry because of the pain, both BG, me and mum decided to give me a ride to the ER, just in case there was a whiplash.
Usually we got to wait at the ER (unless you’re bleeding enormous amounts of blood or other fluids from your body) but we got in fairly in time. We had to wait like 2 minutes.
We said that we could give BG a ride home if he wanted to, but he wanted to stay and make sure everything’s ok.
I had a fun time, really.
I was laughing like never before (and we all know it’s due to the chock). But that neck thingie thing was uncomfortable as heck. It had a few buttons and these buttons went straight into my head.
Aaaand I noticed that I couldn’t get up from there without any help. I was stuck xD
It’s kind of funny how much you use your neck in order to get up from the bed or anything else like that.
They X-rayed me, but they couldn’t see anything on the screens so I was free to go, 5-6 hours later.
I stayed home from work yesterday because of my neck and the chock of course, but today I was working. I’ve never felt so good before.
It was a relief to get back to work.