Happy Thursday everyone! I thought I would take a moment and catch everyone up on what’s been going on. It seems when I have great content that I can’t wait to share, something always is hindering it. From server issues to a neck that is totally whacked (the X-rays–oh my!), to the turning over of a golf cart. Read on for more…especially about the wreck!
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I headed to the chiropractor and after a very informative visit, I will be going to see her about twice a week for a few months. Hopefully, she can get my back and neck realigned and I will stop suffering from so much stiffness and pain. My neck is slightly curved to the right, which is causing the pain in my neck and down my right arm. The pain has gotten so intense I can barely dry my hair, so this was a must to see what was going on.
I had gotten home and within 10 minutes my husband got a call from the police letting us know that Raegan had gotten into a wreck with the golf cart. We live near a few steep hills that lead to a big river where you can canoe, tube, or fish – it’s a gorgeous spot and we go down quite a bit and it was near that area.
She was headed down to spend a little time at the river with 5 other friends and she overcorrected going down one of the steep hills inside a curve, hit the curve and the golf cart flipped over. All the kids were ok except for some road rash and some bumps and bruises, but thankfully everyone was ok. **May have looked something like this below…not sure.
The kids, Barry, and my son Chase had to push the golf cart home (about 1/2 mile) uphill. Barry tells me to get in and steer, so I took the easy job and hopped in. Halfway up the hill, I thought– I could help push and steer this with my right arm. Because I HAVE to be ADDING a lot of POUNDS to this and these kids are huffing and puffing pretty bad. The hill is STEEP! Really Steep!
So I hopped out, since we were moving at a snail’s pace, and started to help push. I heard one young man say, “Whew – this is so much lighter now”. HAHAHA! I died laughing, but I felt so bad for them at the same time. We got the golf cart home, got the kids back to where they should be, then we dealt with Rae Rae!
We’re going to have to fix the golf cart, but Lord am I glad no one was seriously hurt. I’ve heard of a lot of people getting hurt in golf cart accidents and I’m very thankful this ended where everyone was walking away.
So we were busy “handling” family issues and technical issues the past few days, but I wanted to stop in and let everyone know what was going on.
We are all on Social Media daily and everyone, well…most everyone tries to show a perfect life. But in reality, all of our lives have ups and downs, and we deal with it and move on. It’s a little reassuring to see that someone else is dealing with things and moving forward at times, it gives hope, and lets us know if they can make it – so can we! Check out tomorrow’s blog because a lot will be coming. I’ve got a lot of catching up to do now that we are able to upload pictures! Have a great day girls!! XOXO
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