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ketchupqueen
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I am having a terrible, horrible, no-good, very bad day.

Well, actually it was going well until this evening about 7. Bridget and Emma started arguing, I noticed a spot on Emma's tooth that looks like it's rotting (that I KNOW was not there two days ago), I found out that all my favorite clearance sales (other than the IKEA one I missed last weekend while Jeff was out of town) are this weekend and I'm almost certainly gonna miss them (you do not know how much of a bummer that is to me unless you know how I love shopping clearance sales), and to top it all off Jeff just called and says he hit some weird slick on the freeway, the car spun, and he hit the divider (this right after I had assured the kids "Abba will be home in 15 minutes." Not.) And that is just the last straw and I am going out of my head.

Can someone please give me a hug? Please?

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(((ketchupqueen)))
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Oh, honey! *hug*

He's ok, I'm assuming, if he's calling. Is the car seriously damaged?

This rain is doing scary things to the roads. I know I was nervous driving in it, and I just was on surface streets.

*HUG!*

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((Ketchupqueen))
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He's okay. He's a very safe driver and was going just under the limit, so he kind of controlled it; the front is all smashed up and the CHP patroller who stopped says it looks like the water tank is right down by the wheel, so yeah, he's not driving it. He also says the passenger door won't open all the way but it doesn't look as bad as some wrecks he's been in. He called AAA, they called a tow truck, he's on the way to the repair place right now where my dad is going to meet him. Thank goodness that I have family in the area. And that our AAA membership isn't expired (Jeff is notorious for forgetting to renew it, I think I saw him ignore the notice that came last month.)
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(Thank goodness he got off work late and the freeway was empty. This could have been Very Very Much Worse if it had happened when other cars were all over during rush hour.)
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(And yay that we pay a little more for decent insurance, with a low-ish deductible, and rental coverage.)
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I'm sorry your day is going so bad. ((ketchupqueen)) I recently smashed into a freeway divider. Except my cell phone was out of batteries and no one stopped to help me (I am assuming with the rain, people just figured that I had pulled over and was waiting for the rain to lighten up). Luckily, the car still run so I drove home very slowly on my flat tire- the rims and frame were already damaged so I didn't make it that much worse.
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((((((((((((((((((KQ)))))))))))))))))

Sorry to hear things aren't so hot right now. Hopefully the cosmic forces that run the universe will balance today by having you win the lottery or some such tomorrow.

[Smile] Take heart, tomorrow'll be a better day.

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You have to play the lottery to win it... That may be a problem...
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This is a special lottery that you win just for being awesome.

You haven't heard of it?

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Nope. I must not be special enough.

I didn't get the special e-mail telling me Tom Davidson's SAT scores and where "Do? That's the beauty of it, it doesn't DO anything!" comes from when I joined Hatrack, either.

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Sucks to be you....


Everyone knows that line came from Willy Wonka! [Wink]

See?


In all seriousness, I am glad he is OK.

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Well, he does have a headache, and I think he's gonna have whiplash tomorrow. *sigh*

I hope he feels better by tomorrow, though.

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((((((((((((KQ))))))))))))))))

'There's always sunshine after rain...'

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PS - I think there are more hugs on one side than the other - I hope you don't end up lop-sided...


[Wink]

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(((((KQ & KPC)))))

and ((((((Bridey & Emma)))))--to be delivered by their mommy... [Smile]

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Oh honey! I'm sorry about all that.

(((kq)))

I hope that helps a little.

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Okay, you are officially due a day that plays like a country-western song in reverse... [Smile]

I'm so sorry, KQ. (((KQ))) May all that is ill be mended.

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Oh, I'm sorry KQ. *hugs*


That majorly sucks. Has Jeff seen a doctor? (I only ask because of the rear-end collision we were in a while back which totalled our car - we were ok, walked away, went to the doctor and got a clean bill of health. Anyway, the pains came a few days later - they were whiplash. But for doctors certificates purposes, it was important we had the first drs appointment and the later one.)

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((((((KQ))))))
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(((((KQ))))

I hope things go better for you today!

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I'm sorry! Hope today is better and Jeff is okay.
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(((kq)))
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((((Ketchup Family))))
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I know this isn't your biggest concern, but it's possible the brown spot on Emma's tooth is nothing, especially if she has good dental hygiene. I got brown spots on my teeth when I was little (old enough to remember), and my mom kept making me brush better and whatnot, worried my teeth were decaying. Turned out the dentist said you can get those marks for brushing too well, or something. They went away.
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It's tender to the touch, the gum under it is bleeding, and it's a hole in the enamel.

Jeff is currently arguing with Healthy Families to see if we can change her insurance because the one they have us assigned to can't get her in tomorrow, and Jeff can't take her Monday (tomorrow my mom and dad don't work, but he does.)

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(Similarly, there's no way he can get to a doctor. And Allstate says we don't have rental coverage, even though I would SWEAR we've been paying for it lo these many months. AND they say it may be Thursday before they can even get an adjuster out. That's a WEEK. That is not acceptable.

I didn't want to get up this morning because I did not want to deal with this. [Frown] )

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((((The ketchups))))
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Check the written policy. Allstate is notorious for lying.
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Oh goodness. That's awful kq!

((((((Ketchup Family)))))

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quote:
Originally posted by The Rabbit:
Check the written policy. Allstate is notorious for lying.

Good to know. We'll check it.

On the bright side, Emma has an appointment in Burbank at 2 tomorrow. Now I just have to find a way to get us there. No answer from either parent yet. *sigh*

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Oh goodness. That's awful kq!

((((((Ketchup Family)))))

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My mom is free to take us. *sigh of relief* That's one less thing to worry about. And I know we won't pay more than $5, thank goodness.
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quote:
Originally posted by ketchupqueen:
I am having a terrible, horrible, no-good, very bad day.

Well, actually it was going well until this evening about 7. Bridget and Emma started arguing, I noticed a spot on Emma's tooth that looks like it's rotting (that I KNOW was not there two days ago), I found out that all my favorite clearance sales (other than the IKEA one I missed last weekend while Jeff was out of town) are this weekend and I'm almost certainly gonna miss them (you do not know how much of a bummer that is to me unless you know how I love shopping clearance sales), and to top it all off Jeff just called and says he hit some weird slick on the freeway, the car spun, and he hit the divider (this right after I had assured the kids "Abba will be home in 15 minutes." Not.) And that is just the last straw and I am going out of my head.

Can someone please give me a hug? Please?

I haven't read the rest of your thread yet, but I just wanted to sympathize. Hope all goes well. I hope your husband is okay!
(I'll probably find out when I read the rest of this thread).

I hit a car pulling out of a crammed Jack-In-the-Box parking lot. :-( Fortunately the lady was nice about it. I was so nervous, I never hit somebody before. That's nothing like hitting a car on the freeway though.

Here's to hoping everything pans out for you and your loved ones.

Edited for hugs.

(((((HUGS)))))

[ January 25, 2008, 07:32 PM: Message edited by: Sm34rZ ]

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I'm sorry, guys! I hope things start turning up soon.

(Sounds like Allstate is a real winner of an insurance company.)

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Oh goodness!!! Hugs all around. Hang in there!
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((((((kq))))))

I hope everything gets better. I'm saying a prayer to Julian of Norwich for you -- she's the one who said that all shall be well and all shall be well and every manner of thing shall be well, and she's my patron saint!

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I'm so sorry! Hopefully the dental issue is nothing, but I'm glad you're getting it checked out.

Hope Jeff is feeling okay. [Frown]

((((ketchup family))))

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Alright, little mama, you and your family were on my mind all night.

How's everything going today?

E-mailed you!

(((((((KQ & family)))))

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Well, Jeff picked up a new car seat (a cheap one, not the same one, but it will do-- highest harness slots we can find in a cheap one will JUST fit her, for a few weeks, until they pay out on hers and we get a new one; Bridey's car seat wasn't in the car at the time of the crash, since she had come with to my doctor appt. earlier that day in my mom's car) and we're going to the dentist in a few hours. We'll see how things go there.

Jeff is still sore but not as sore; it's easing up, which is a very good sign.

Jeff spoke to an adjustor and had the car moved to an "approved shop" where they can make an assessment of damages and whether they're going to fix it or total it. (This will make the process go faster-- hopefully.) If they total it, minus our deductible and the remaining balance on the car, we were talking about it and this might be a blessing in disguise-- we were planning to do three-across car seats in our Corolla, which we could do, with about an inch to spare, using three Radians (narrowest car seat on the market.) If the car gets fixed, we can still do that, it'll be tight but it'll work. If the car gets totalled out, we'd have enough to put about $4000 down on the next car, and get a used Camry, same model year, with a balance of only about $4000-- which we could pay off in a few months if we made higher payments than the minimum-- and the Camry would give us a little more room to install car seats; in fact we might even get away with just two of the very expensive Radians and one Scenara (which is an inch wider and only $40! We already own one, but we'd probably buy a new one for the baby. Unless we could get away with two Scenaras and one Radian for Emma!) And now I've probably geeked everyone out with my carseat geekiness. I'm okay, really. Stop me before I go on about extended harnessing and extended rear-facing... Anyway, it gives us more time before we have to buy that minivan.

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I'm so glad things aren't going too badly!! I hope Jeff will continue to get feeling better!

It really is surprising how minor car accidents can sometimes be a blessing in disguise (my last vehicle, which I'd been planning to sell, was totalled out for more than twice as much as I'd hoped to get selling it, and I found the car I'd wanted that weekend for a good price). Hopefully this will happen for you!

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I told my husband that if we ever have three kids, he has to buy me a van. I can't imagine trying to get 3 little ones into a Corolla (that is what I drive and love, but if I had 3 kids, I'd want bigger). He agreed, but I think that is more of a we just won't have three kids then we'll get a van agreement. Of course, a van right now is more then our net pay for the year, so definetely not an option.
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LOL! He actually was willing to buy me a van this year. I'm the one who suggested keeping us a one-car family until we have one more kid. (I'm really very committed to the anti-consumerism. Really. Despite my shopping habit. But I exercise my shopping habit mostly at the thrift store and clearance sales! So, you know, I can still shop, but be anti-consumerism.)
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You're in my thoughts, ketchupqueen. What a rollercoaster!
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quote:
I am having a terrible, horrible, no-good, very bad day.
No, my dear, you're not. You're having a rough time, that's all.

Unless I missed something. Unless when I totalled my Corolla a few years back, just a few months after my back surgery, I should have created an "I am having a terrible, horrible, no-good, very bad day" thread. Unless, in 2006, when my back blew out and I lost 6 weeks of work and had to beg for time, and in 2007, when I lost 4 weeks of work I should have created another "I am having a terrible, horrible, no-good, very bad day" thread. Oh, and then November of last year, when I had ANOTHER back surgery, maybe a thread for that...

And, maybe I should have created an "I am having a terrible, horrible, no-good, very bad day" back in June of 2007 when I was diagnosed with cancer...yeah, that would have been a good time for a "I am having a terrible, horrible, no-good, very bad day" thread. And I really missed my opportunity when my company decided to change insurance carriers 10 days before my cancer surgery, and my doctor was no longer covered, and was demanding $19,000 to perform the surgery.

I'm sorry about your daughter's cavity. I'm sorry that your husband had a car accident. I'm glad he wasn't injured. But I'm especially sorry that you missed that IKEA sale.

Here's a hug (((((((((KQ)))))))))

Now take a deep breath, count your blessings, and please gain a little perspective.

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Whoa. Chill out. She did have a really bad day. Just because there are worse days to be had doesn't mean that her day wasn't bad.
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How about you don't be an asshole Boothby?
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Listen, I've had rough days, myself. I've even posted a few of them here, and on P-Web. But that's all they are. They're rough spots.

Whenever I feel a need to feel sorry for myself and wallow in self pity, I just remember that there are a lot of people who have it a lot worse than I do. Ketchupqueen, thank goodness for her, is not one of those people.

(Nor do I mean to imply that she was wallowing, or that she wanted to wallow in self pity.)

Funny, my daugther said both those things to me (Fyfe and H/E) after I had her read my snarky response.

But if people here thaink that what KQ went through qualifies as a "terrible, horrible...day," they're going to have a hard time dealing with the rest that life has to offer. Well, the bad things, at least.

Here's a check list:

Rough Day:
You get a cavity
Your personal property is damaged.
You miss a sale at IKEA

Bad Day:
Facial contusions from an inflating airbag
Your kid fails a test at school
You leave the IKEA store, and your car has a flat tire.
Broken Bone (simple fracture)

Terrible, horrible, no-good, very bad day:
Broken Bone (compound fracture)
Catching your spouse in bed with their lover
Cancer
Divorce
You get fired
You lose medical coverage
Death in the family


All that I'm trying to say is that there's a range. Like I said...try a little persepctive.

But, seriously, I do sympathize with her daughter having a nasty cavity, and her husband having a scary car accident, and she DOES deserve a hug for that. But missing the IKEA sale? I hope that her husband doesn't mind having his car accident put on the same level of concern as missing an IKEA sale.

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