Monday, bah why are Mondays never awesome days?
Today I started out the day with a headache which by the afternoon moved onto the realm of migraine. I didn't get to the gym because of this, I came home and went to bed for a few hours.
On my way home, I picked up the mail and there was a lovely surprise from Edgar! I had won his blogiversary draw and he sent me this WONDERFUL parcel! He's stitched me this wonderful sheep pinkeep, which is perfectly finished. There were also some fantastic goodies as well! A postcard of San Francisco, some lovely inscents, ribbon, sheepie fabric (which Edgar backed the pinkeep with), and some delectable chocolates! Edgar, how did you know I love that type of mint chocolate!!! I have been very reserved (remember 3 lbs to go) and ate only 3, honestly I could of demolished the whole box!
After my nap I got up and felt well enough to go to TKD, we had a great, sweaty class! I probably should of stayed home though... because on my way from the dojang to the house I hit a deer with my car! In 18 years of driving I have never hit a deer! Now don't go worrying or freaking out, I am fine, and by flashlight my car looks okay. I didn't hit the deer full on I think I glanced its head with the edge of my front bumper (the deer is dead). I did my best to avoid the deer but alas no luck, despite breaking and going into the other lane (there was no oncoming traffic). I pulled over onto the shoulder, threw my four way flashers on and took a moment to collect myself. I pulled out my trusty mag-lite out of my glove box and checked out my car. There was no apparent damage to the front bumper, the headlights still work (though the passenger side one is pointing a little down and in), no flat tire, no leaking fluids. So I drove back home. Todd's going to take another look in the car in the light of day.
I think what frustrated me the most, is here I am on this country road in the dark. There had been vehicles behind me in the distance and none of them stopped (not sure if they really noticed me hit the deer but they should of noticed the breaking and swerving and pulling over). Also while I was pulled over with my four ways on and checking out the car with a flashlight a couple of more cars went by ... still no one stopped. What has happened to human kindness?