So… this was my baby.
My Lil’ Doodler.
I’ve been paying on her for a year. I was 4 days short of my two year driving anniversary with no accidents when I was T-Boned yesterday. I was spun around and managed to turn the car so I didn’t smash dead into a concrete pillar, but I still caught it on the driver corner of the front end. I got the car completely out of the street and on the sidewalk before it died, and the driver door was pinned closed by the pillar.
The passenger door was stuck closed— could’t roll the window down, couldn’t open it by the latch form the inside or outside. I ended up having to kick it open to get out. None of my airbags went off.
This is the last in a long line of Really-Bad-Things that have been happening with me for the past 3-4 months. I honestly don’t know what I am going to do.
One thing I do know though— everyone has been so supportive of me.
@dracoskullart has been an absolute emotional rock for me– he has been checking in on me every day, and I think alerted people that something was going on in an attempt to cheer me up, and a couple of you even responded.
@fantau has been wonderful at giving me things to smile about, and keeping me distracted at night, when things seem darkest.
@mr-hawkmoth has been a ready shoulder for me to cry on, and is even doing her best to try and help me out, even though she herself is going through hard times.
All my fellow Kindness Kwami ( @amynchan, @marinette-buginette, @lahiffed, @tearoffire, etc) have been so supportive of me, and I honestly am so grateful to have them on my side.
So many of you, @ashfreesky and @krzed, @chortling-dingo and @blue-gold-demigod-clouds and @whatthehellsarah have sent me love, and even though I have been so poor at receiving and accepting it at times, I want you to know I appreciate it, and adore you all the more for it.
I may have no clue how I’m going to get through this latest disaster, and I may be in the clutches of despair but…. I treasure each and everyone of you who has offered me a gentle word and caring message during this hard time.
It justifies my faith in people, and I will continue to strive to be worthy of it.