December 10, 2003

Trial Wrap up

One rainy morning this past October, I was driving straight on a road when someone pulled out in front of me from a subdivision on my right to make a left hand turn. This led to the totaling of my car. It was a scary experience. Charlotte was in the car with me and there was nothing I could do to avoid the collision. Unfortunately, the other driver wasn't very pleasant, yelling at me while I called 911 and tried to calm down my daughter. Needless to say, I wasn't looking forward to appearing court yesterday. Not only did I have to see the other driver again, but I was also going to have to testify about the accident as I stood in front of a courtroom full of people. It was enough to make me feel physically ill. Fortunately, the driver worked out a deal and I was dismissed from my witnessing duties without testifying. Unfortunately, they didn't work out this deal until we'd been waiting for almost 3 hours.
Going to court resulted in less knitting time yesterday, so I still have about 3 inches to go on the first Opal sock. I'll post pictures Friday.
I'm joining Amy's Great Stash Redistribution Project. It's a good idea for getting new yarn free while giving away yarn you'll never use. If you're interested, the signup deadline for the first round of trading is today.

Posted by crsattic at 9:26 AM

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