Good evening sweet blogging buddies.
I want to thank everyone for the well wishes for my mom's
latest eye surgery.
Surgery went ok, however we were rear ended on the way.
I was driving my mom's new car...
she wanted me to drive since it has been in our driveway
for almost a month now.
Geez...who would have thought that we would be in an accident.
I was stopped at a red light andhappened to be looking
in the rear view mirror.
I saw the car coming at me and braked harder than usual...
as I thought I would be pushed into the car in front of me.
Being left handed, I also braced my left hand really hard on the wheel.
Harder than my right hand.
My arm was sore for a few days.
Mom was alright, but they did delay her surgery
for an hour so her blood pressure would lower.
Well, since I had to get my mom to her appt,
I opted not to wait for a police report.
My mom was crying and I knew her blood pressure was rising.
I took down all of the ladies info.
Well the next day when I tried to file a police report,
it seems in the county I was hit,
both parties must show up to file the report.
You probably have guessed, that the lady won't go.
She tried to say I would get a ticket for leaving the scene.
Then she offered to send my mom a check for the damages.
Then she stated she was going on vacation...
and that her and her husband have not been on vacation for 11 years.
I am going to try one more time to get her to cooperate...
but if she does not,
then I will turn over her information to my mom's insurance
company and they can contact her.
Since my arm was a bit sore,
I have been bad at blogging.
I am back now!
Autumn Delight is the inspiration for
my October CupboardScape.
A child's quilt is used as the back drop this time.
Hydrangeas tucked into a basket
next to a 2 gallon butter churn crock.
Underneath my shoo fly screen is some wonderful
smelling pumpkin faux muffins.
I wish we had smell~a~vision in blogland.
They smell so yummy!
I chose this whiskey jug...
but I think some hard cider should be in it.
Lastly this piggin bucket.
Piggin pails and buckets have the handle on the side.
Although mine is flat,
some were carved into a spoon to be used for grain.
You cannot really tell in this pic, but mine has knife marks...
which tells me this was once used
as a small breadboard or cutting board of some kind.
October CupboardScape Blessings To All!