Not all was a loss, Elianna enjoyed some much loved time outside and those of us still left at Frick Park 45 minutes later were going to lunch. Lunch was great, Elliot, me, Elianna, Anthony, Jim, Amy and little Jack enjoyed some Applebee’s in
Now you might remember that we were cell phone-less, a big thanks to Jim and Amy who ended up seeing us pulled over, stopped, called the police, and left us with a cell phone just in case. That was really awesome! (and I guess a thank you to Anthony for walking home otherwise Jim and Amy wouldn’t have been on the Parkway then.) To make a long story short, the police came we filed a report and they arrested the guy. Oh did I not mention he was drunk off his *ss? I think I will be joining my local MADD
Thankfully everyone is ok. The accident could have been a lot worse, or he could have ended up killing someone had we not be able to call the cops and he continued driving. I think I got the worse of the accident as my neck and shoulders are very sore. I will be heading to Dr. T today in hopes that he can cure me and I will be able to pick up my daughter again, because right now, it is very painful to pick her up, which makes me cry. That 1.6lb gain seems like nothing now. Honestly, I have been thinking about going back to the chiropractor, but now I have to. Sadly Elianna has already been in her first automobile accident at the tender age of 8 months. I pray that it will not negatively affect her. It did cause us to not be able to go out Saturday night, but we spent the night with my parents who came over to babysit and had a very nice evening.
Lesson learned (or what I think I should have learned) is: Everything happens for a reason, all we can do is sit back, pray everything will work out and enjoy the ride, even when you do have whiplash.