Hey everyone, I’m going to have to take a short break for awhile. Last night I was involved in a car accident. Thankfully, no one was injured too bad. The other driver and passenger are fine, I have some bruising and muscle spasms in my back. Still, I need a little bit of time to get back on my feet.

A brief synopsis: last night I was coming home from yoga, traveling eastbound in the far right lane. A car came out of a side street heading south and struck my drivers’ side, mostly on my door. The driver claimed that, despite crossing three lanes of traffic, she somehow didn’t see me. When my car was struck, it was thrown across a concrete-and-grass median and behind a barricade. I’m not sure how I managed to not roll, because I was up on two wheels at one point. Currently I’m on medication on for back pain and spasms but nothing more serious. My car, however, is probably gone.

I’m very grateful that I had a car that sat up higher, as my injuries would have been significantly worse if I had been any lower. Also, I am convinced that yoga played a big role in why I did not sustain worse injuries. I will have to take a break for awhile, but once my back is healed I will be right back to it.

At this point, please send prayers and good vibes for quick healing and for us to be able to afford for me to replace my car.

Here are some photos.

<a href="http://Uploaded with Snapbucket“>My door

<a href="http://Uploaded with Snapbucket“>My back door

<a href="http://Uploaded with Snapbucket“>This landed here from the force of the impact. I didn’t put that there.

<a href="http://Uploaded with Snapbucket“>Not supposed to be like that

<a href="http://Uploaded with Snapbucket“>My side that got hit

<a href="http://Uploaded with Snapbucket“>Passenger side. Only reason the tire is out is because it hit the curb.

<a href="http://Uploaded with Snapbucket“>The tire that hit the curb median.

<a href="http://Uploaded with Snapbucket“>The door is crushed against my seat. if my car had been any lower, that would have been me.