Today was scary.

I was headed to the high school to pick up my sister like usual. There’s a pretty steep hill on the way, and there was a truck in front of me with a flatbed trailer behind it filled with logs and sections of trees. Some were just pieces of brush. Others were 2 or 3 foot sections of tree trunk. I was a couple cars distance behind him and next thing I know, as he starts up the hill, a bunch of the logs and tree pieces start flying off the trailer. I tried to hit the brakes, but my car didn’t stop fast enough and some of the logs were under the car and we were jolting everywhere, I was afraid I was going to have to contact the car dealers near Jackson, TN to get a new car. The logs were rolling and the car was moving really sharp and sudden and the brakes weren’t helping… I hit my head on the wheel when I slammed the brakes and then the window after a really hard jolt from the logs moving under us. We were on a section of the road that was over a marsh… A miniature bridge almost. I remember being so scared that I’d hit the guardrail and end up int he swamp. I was panicking terrified of how I would get the kids out… I didn’t know how deep the water was or how fast the car would sink… I reminded me the time I had to get a water damage claim because of a water pump that got broken at home, and damaged the whole basement. The whole place was ruined, mold on everything, I had to employ a special removal of moldy documents service since I had a real problem on my hands.

Thankfully we were okay. The car was surprisingly okay too, but we had to put a jack under it to get the logs and tree pieces out because they were so big, and we also needed some car lifts services… The scariest part was the kids… as soon as the car stopped moving I asked “are you guys okay?!?!” and tried to unbuckle and check them and they were all quiet for two seconds… That was the longest two seconds of my life. Then Maddi started crying and Danny did too and Miss Ava was just asleep and yawned at me when I started touching her…. I was so worried about them… We got lucky that no one was hurt… and that none of the logs went through the windshield or got on the hood.

Now, I’m just sore as hell. My entire body feels like a giant muscle cramp.


Aver-bee this morning.

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I am Samantha. I am twenty years old, and have a gorgeous little girl, and a baby boy who I am expecting in May. I am married to my best friend in the entire world. I am a full time student, and am torn between pursuing a career as a midwife, or going to medical school to become an obstetrician.

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  1. HOLY HELL BALLS!!!! I couldn’t BELIEVE having something like that happen! that would be unbelievably scary, especially with the kids in the car with you… couldn’t even imagine it. I’m VERY happy to hear that ALL of you are safe. I know that this next sentence is going to seem weird but…. can you sue these people? They were OBVIOUSLY unsafe with their practices and has OBVIOUSLY caused you emotional suffering. Either way, glad to hear that none were physically hurt.
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    1. No. They left the scene and all I got for a description was a white older model truck with a flatbed trailer. 🙁

      We’re okay though, and that’s what matters.

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