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Accidents Can Happen

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Day 52 (417) – February 21, 2019

Black & White – A Photo a WeekWhich Way Challenge / Kammie’s Oddball / Undermine – FOWC / Wan – RDP / Seldomly – WODC

It was 60 degrees today.  Can you believe it.  The roads, grass, and trees which were buried in ice and 8 – 10 inches of snow, less than 24 hours ago, are free of most of it and the roads are dry.  As if nothing ever happened. It is almost like Mr. Heatmiser is undermining Mr. Freezemiser.  Unfortunately, that didn’t prevent an accident close to home, requiring a detour to get around it. It always causes my pulse to pick up and I am sure my face was a little wan when I think it could be my kids, but then I seldomly remember that they aren’t here at first, but when I do everything returns to normal.  You can’t really blame me.  Each of the kids were in accidents when they started driving.  Our insurance thanked us profusely. Our bank accounts did not.

Look What I Found

Under Consideration

15 Replies to “Accidents Can Happen”

    1. Hope not as well haven’t heard. It was at the same intersection I photo’d awhile back (where we saw the “figures” in the lights). They really need to do something there.

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