Minor driving woe


I got some bad news – a call from my car insurance company – today. Sigh.

I didn’t blog about this because it happened in April and didn’t really fit with the Script Frenzy A-Z-ness, but I managed to back into the side of a company van after getting a new stereo installed in my car. Gave them my insurance info and my phone number, and they said they’d call me after having the van looked at.

They didn’t call, apparently. They just reported it to their insurance, so my rates are probably going to go up at some point. I still don’t really know when or how much, I didn’t even get a chance to really talk to my insurance guy.

I’d hoped to do some critiquing or ‘How to revise your novel’ revising work on the bus home from work today, but getting that call just sucked any creative energy out of me for a while. Ended up watching ‘Community on my iphone until I got home, then having a little DVR marathon. I did get out driving in Ghost again – down to Rosedale, to do some shopping and collect my new passport – whoohoo! And I got a new scene started for a short story I’ve been working on this week, ‘A Prayer for Healing.’

Life goes on, one way or another.

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2 Responses to Minor driving woe

  1. I didn’t realise until recently just how much my writing is affected by my mood. If I’m feeling down I can’t even pick up a pen! πŸ˜‰

    Well done for picking yourself back up πŸ™‚

    Xx

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  2. Sorry to hear about your troubles…I hope they are serving to make you stronger, and to enjoy the good times more when they come!

    MakingTheWriteConnections

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