Tuesday, October 14, 2008

Not Very Nice...But Very Nice

(Don't worry...I'm not only going to post about my dog now.) So I was driving home from a fantastic weekend with Stacey and the kids a couple weeks ago, when I heard a loud CRACK! Yep, someone hit me...or so I thought. They also ran the red light at which I was sitting. Of course, my mind was running a bit behind and I didn't get the license plate or the make/model of the car.

I pulled over and called the police to get a report. I'm glad all they did was break my tail light. The police officer said that he thinks they threw a bottle at me. There were shards of glass above my wheel well and some liquid there too.

Well wonderful Shane Callison, who works at the camp, replaced it for me. I'm so glad I only had to buy the part and not pay for labor as well. Thanks, Shane! (He would never be caught dead reading my blog though, so it's a good thing that I told him thank you.)


Kuehlman Family said...

What a terrible thing to happen! I'm glad no one was hurt and no major damage was done! Having someone to change the tail light is great. Those can be a pain if you don't know what you're doing. I know. I've done it. ~Trina

Stacey said...

Great Job Shane! Congrats Erin on a good price to get it fixed. Itsn't it amazing how God provides even in the small stuff.

Anonymous said...

I remember when that happened...we were on the phone together. Praise the Lord things turned out ok.