Thursday, 1 December 2011

I should have known

When you are setting an alarm that begins with the digits 05, you kinda think it's not going to be your best of days.

When you're are driving 90 odd miles north to Skegness at the end of November, you have a notion it's not going to be your best of days.

When someone hits your borrowed car from behind, you officially know

When your neck aches and bizarrely your tooth really hurts and you still have to drive another 80 miles, you are really getting the message

When you spend 2 hours on the phone to insurance companies and brokers and accident repair people and the people who's car you have borrowed, you have got the point loud and clear thank you very much.

When you receive not just 1 but 2 calls from personal injury people, wanting you to sue the poor person who bumped you, you get a tad tetchy

When you have to cancel your trip to see "Wicked" at the theatre because it's taken all too long to sort out and you just don't feel in a going out sort of mood, you feel crap, because you know you are disappointing your Beautiful Baby Daughter, who was really looking forward to a trip to London and a show and some mummy time

When it is time to kiss the day goodbye, you are so very, very glad that it's over

12 comments:

Mud said...

I think a White Company treat is justified on days like those....

Looking for Blue Sky said...

And gin xx

Sandi said...

And to climb into your bed with all the beautiful White Company bed linen, is bliss at the end of a shite day. I hope so anyway.
x Sandi

A Woman Of No Importance said...

Poor BAGgie... Such a sorry accident to have, and not your fault, but what circumstances!

Try to put it all behind you, but you might feel a bit bashed and bruised and shocked today, if my experience of being hit from behind is anything to go by.

Wrap up warm, cosy under the White Company covers and rest well - Sending you a virtual hug xxx

SueAnn said...

Oh dear!! I have had those days too! I am so sorry!!
Hope you recover your bliss soon!
Missed Wicked? Oh no! That is a bad day for sure
Hugs
SueAnn

Wylye Girl said...

Oh poor you, Auntie. I hope you feel better soon. I keep getting texts from personal injury lawyers asking if I want to make a claim for my recent accident. The only trouble is I haven't had one. Do you think they have a crystal ball or something. Should I stay in for the next year just to be on the safe side? And missing Wicked. The Girl would have forced me to still go as long as I still had a heartbeat.

Kelloggsville said...

oh crap and buggeration. hugs x

libby said...

Let's hope that is the worst day of the year over and done with....and things get better....is your baby talking to you yet after missing wicked??xx

jonstorey said...

I would have thought that going to Skegness was bad enough!!

Anonymous said...

Sending love and hugs - have lots of gin and chocolate and enjoy your favourite TV, what a nightmare day! - Chris x

jazzygal said...

Doesn't sound like a good day at xall, at all. The missing of 'Wicked' would have been the proverbial straw for me! Hope there was wine at the end?

xx Jazzy

Nota Bene said...

Poor you. Take the weekend off x