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Saturday, January 12, 2013

The last eight days.

The last eight days have certainly started with a smash. Literally.

Jacob was having the YSA over at his house. Lauren decided to drive, and invited Richard and me to ride with her and Ryan. Richard and I live on the same street, and Richard was the last one to pick. After waiting a few minutes for Richard to come to the car, we started off for Jacob's house. We got about 300 feet. All I remember is Lauren and Ryan both freaking out, Lauren hitting the brakes, then a smash, followed by a thud and the sound of breaking glass. All I remember was me realising I was clutching the seat belt with glass on the seat. Our car was sitting in a yard across the intersection. Lauren was on the verge of a breakdown. Richard was covered in glass and in shock. I turned around and saw the other car. It was obviously totaled. The engine was pushed back several feet into the cab.

Everyone walked away. I think I may have gotten the worst of the physical injuries. Lauren isn't doing too well, though. She was charged with the accident. It's her second one.

Saturday wasn't any better. I won't talk about it here, but things aren't going well here with Todd.

Sunday was decent. I talked to Bishop Crookston about my financial situation, and he assured me I won't end up homeless. President Button did some adjustments on my neck. It's sufficiently awesome having an EQP who is a Chiropractor, as well as three members of the Quorum who are licensed physicians. 

Monday was alright. Monday night I had three episodes of sleep apnea. They may be from my whiplash.

Tuesday I got an awesome book from the library. It's called "The Man who Mistook his Wife for a Hat." Look it up. Serious motivation for my future career in neurology/psychiatry.

Wednesday I got more adjustments from President Button and played basketball with a few YA from the ward.

The rest of the week has been uneventful aside from renewing my DL and not having to pay for the Driving test, and then getting two Gator hats for 10 bucks.

I see Sarah today. So excited.


  1. Is that book by Oliver Sacks? If so, I've read a few of his others. I recommend Musicophilia as well. I think you'd love it.

    1. Yes it's by Sacks. He's a talented writer. I've got all of his books on my wishlist.