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Dr visit and car wreck.

Saturday, July 13, 2013

The dr told me son that he couldn't find a hernia and is sending him to see a urologist. so now we are waiting on his dr to call with an appointment for this. On top of this I had a wreck yesterday. The dr put me on muscle relaxers as well as bed rest for the week end. I was so mad I just started crying. This vehicle was almost brand new but for me it was new. Now I just have to wait and get the body work done on the SUV. I was so upset that I got sick to my stomach. It seems that when it rains it pours. I know that some how it will work out and there is a reason for everything. I know it will take time but I will get there.
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    Better the SUV damaged than you. Wrecks are always traumatic, because they are unexpected, inconvenient, and costly. Hang in there, things will get better.

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    It will work out mom. You are alive and safe. That is what is most important to me. Car's can be fixed and replaced. But you can't. I am thankful you are ok. Get your rump to bed and rest. We will get everything taken care of. We always manage. With family we can do it. Love you.
    1778 days ago
    Oh dear, Beulah how awful for you! I am so sorry that you and your son are having such a rough time of things.

    I hope this accident didn't cause you any more injury to your poor back!! Will your insurance pay to fix your vehicle? I pray that this is the last misfortune that you have to deal with for a very, very long time!!

    I will keep you and your son in my thoughts and prayers. I hope that he gets in to see an urologist very soon.

    1778 days ago
    Oh my goodness. As long as you were not seriously injured. It will work out for you, just hold on. My prayers are with you.
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