By: GRANDMANAN , 10:53 AM GMT on October 10, 2012
A hint of red sky behind Ross Island as the promised rain/showers already in commence. A draft from NE, with rain in the forecast for the remainder of the week.
A hellish couple of days, recieved the dreaded phone call of a car accident. Emily enroute back to Fredericton fell asleep at the wheel, midafternoon on Monday, fortunalty she escaped with a scrape on her elbow. The car totaled, vehicle a sight of total violence, she become airborne jumped the guardrail, rolled, had to cut the moose fence to get the car out of the ditch. Her main concern was how we would take the loss of her vehicle, didn't grasp the insignifgance of the car. She is fortunate,realizes somebody was in her corner and now has an idea of how tenuous mortality is at any given time.
We made the late trip to YoHo Lake, looked after her situation, back at UNB by noon. Her posse gathered, last note was off to a movie last evening, sharing a taxi, will be a change for her getting accustomed to life without a vehicle.
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