Waiting for the pain to pass.


Well I haven’t been here much the last couple of days. For one the weathers been awful, driving rain for days. Yesterday wasn’t so bad. I was looking forward to spending my birthday knee deep in weeds. However luck wasn’t on my side. Instead I got the pleasure of nursing a case of whiplash, and all the aches and pains associated with a car accident. Yup, my first ever. I had a front end collision with a little punk speeding around a bus as I performed a left hand turn. Luckily everyone was okay. But physically and emotionally, I think it will take some time for me to heal. I hope to get out there soon, but I don’t want to push it. Maybe Ill take to garden shopping while I wait. I have a lovely GC to Lee Valley from my mother for my birthday. I am really looking forward to picking out a new pair of clippers and some other much needed accessories, and maybe a few not needed ones 🙂 Whatever the case, the rain can stay. There is not much I can do out there anyways, and it suits my mood.


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4 comments on “Waiting for the pain to pass.

  1. annesgarden on said:

    So sorry to hear about your accident. Let’s hope for some warmth and sun so we can get back outside soon. That’s probably the exact kind of therapy you need!

  2. Lisa in CA on said:

    How scary. I am so glad no one was hurt. Take it easy and let all parts of yourself heal.

  3. Dee/reddirtramblings on said:

    Laura, I’m so sorry about your accident. I hope you’re on the mend soon. I love the way you all have terraced your garden. Just beautiful.~~Dee

  4. Laura, I’m so sorry to hear about your accident, but glad that you were able to walk away. Several years ago my husband and I hit a patch of “black ice” and spun around several times while the front and back of the vehicle hit the side of a cliff. It was the first accident we were ever in and I thought we were finished. Thankfully we were in a heavy duty truck and walked away with nothing more than a sore neck.We still get nervous on that particular stretch of road. I don’t know if you ever REALLY totally get over a car accident. I hope that you’ll be feeling better, physically and emotionally, very soon.

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