I came back from Toronto late last night
On the way there we had a serious accident, but thanks to a miracle nobody got hurt.

I realized that if it wasn’t for my two children and my husband who need me, I am not afraid to die. While the accident happened I was not afraid, I just hoped it wouldn’t hurt. I do wish I had seen my Andrew though.

I am very tired, will write more soon.


6 thoughts on “Update

  1. Hi E,
    The thought of dying makes me strangely anxious. It would mean seeing Andy, and wrapping my arms around him. I am glad you all were safe. Your family needs you, as you need them. But I understand your feeling. Wish you had seen your loving son.
    My mom passed away July 1. Now she gets to be with Drew and my dad. How I envy her. take care and get some rest. love you

    • Hello Iola, I had been wondering where you were. I am sorry to hear about your mother. Although I imagine (I can only imagine at this point) that losing your mother, sad though it must be, Is in the natural order of things. I know I will be very sad when my mother dies, not for a long time I hope, but our children’s death is something else ENTIRELY!
      Take care my friend, I love you too.
      By the way, are coming to the Fair? Can you help in any way?

  2. Esmeralda! I am sorry to hear you were in a serious accident and relieved to know you are “ok”. **sigh**

    Take care!

    • ***sigh***
      I don’t seem to be able to get enough sleep at the moment. After being up and about for a while, I am overcome with tiredness.

      Are you looking forward to September? 😉 Can you believe it? 😉 You’d never have imagined that you’d be coming to the Fair all the way from the other side of the world 🙂
      I’ll have to write about that 🙂
      Take care

  3. Automobile accident I assume. Glad to hear you were not injured.
    We have a terrible situation in this country where the police deliberately chase youngsters who are often drunk and looking for excitement racing their cars. Inevitably, raised on TV car chases, many of them speed off and end up dead in automobile wrecks. These deaths are checked off as successful law enforcement incidents and reflected in the performance pay and funding of police. Despite public objections to this tragic loss of life, the Police say they must not let young people flaunt their lawbreaking behaviour.

    A hug

    • A friend was driving and the right back tire burst and the car swayed on the motorway for a hundred yards or so and then went into a spin. Quite dramatic, expecially as we walked away without a scratch to ourselves or the car. But the shock of it all is still heavy on me.
      Sorry to hear about young people dying for no reason, shocking! Big hug to you too and thank you for staying in touch.

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