Today is not my day.
I have been missing a number of classes lately so I made a point if getting up early today. Got myself ready and hung out a few extra minutes before driving to campus. when I get outside its a sleet storm. Driving in is going ok. Slow and steady seems to be working out. The metroparks are shut down do to flooding so I have to take a detour. It involves me driving out of a valley and zigzaging a few times.
As I brake for a turn I start sliding. Like a good Clevelander I can handle a little snow so I recover only to start sliding at the end of the turn. This time I hit the side of a honda.
We drive up the hill and pull over. My door wont own so I crawl out the other side. We make sure everything is ok. No injuries.
She proceeds to offer me a jacket since I only had a hoodie and we chat for a bit. No one seems to care that I just smashed up her car.
Cops come and ask for Id and insurance. I give him mine and mention I am not currently carrying. We issue reports and the lady leaves.
While waiting for the tow truck the officer and I chat while I am sitting in the back of the cruiser. The only other time I was back there wasn't as pleasant. shananagans in high school.
Anyhow, we talk cars and schools and some other stuff. he passes on giving me a citation and I jump in the tow truck.
Now I have been through this before. Car stolen twice. I drop the car at a shop, and stop over grandparents to borrow a car. During this time I issue my statement with the insurance company. Spend some time over there drinking coffer and borrow there car.
mines drivable with a new battery so I make arrangements to pick it up and leave it at home for the adjuster.
While sitting at home feeling all adult, since I am such a responsible young man. I decide to wait in the lobby only to realize I left me keys in the apartment and locked myself out. now I am sitting here waiting for my girlfriend to get home and let me in.
Good thing is I have my phone charger so I can access defensive carry. All is well.
Just felt the need to get that off my chest. Busy day.
(please excuse grammatical errors. typing on a phone is a pain.)