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Thursday, March 31, 2005

Thankful

Yes, the car and myself are fine. Aaron looked everything over yesterday and he thinks the guy just hit the trailer hookup thingy. Luckily we didn't have the hitch itself in, otherwise when I pulled away, I would have pulled the guy too. Which actually would have been pretty funny. :)

Anyways, what I was most upset about was that the guy didn't even pull over with me after he got his food. He just kept going. Mind you, it was only a fender-bender, but still, an "I'm Sorry" would have done wonders. Just in case, I got his license plate and recorded it in my car. A nice feature I have to say, a voice recorder in your car. I'm assuming for reasons such as this. So If we do find any damage, ha ha! I got your number baby.

Speaking of numbers, sometime, probably yesterday, I hit 10,000 visitors*. I'm amazed and can't even fathom that many people every coming to read about my life and the things that happen to it. Thank you, I'm humbled everyday by thinking of the friends I've made since I started blogging. There are even regulars now.
Regulars? I have regulars. Who'da thunk it? ;)

I missed it yesterday, but happy belated Hump Day, and 10,000 visitors to this site day!!


*This is what the counter at the bottom says, I have no idea how many people because my tracking site describes the total hits in the upwards of something like eleventy twelve thousand. And I have no idea what that means. People like me shouldn't have a blog if they don't know how to use it right?

5 Comments:

  • At 12:09 PM, Blogger Amanda said…

    glad you are safe!!! How is that bicycle booty doing? hehehe

    I want a bike, but have a hard enough time with the different road rules in England. I am afriad to drive, much less get on a metal device with two wheels and nothing around me for protection! I would hate to get run over while riding my bike on the wrong side of the road!!!! heheh What a way to die....

     
  • At 9:52 PM, Blogger girl from florida said…

    I'm glad everything turned out OK! I can't believe that guy didn't even stop... what a slimeball. Karma will totally bite him in the ass.

     
  • At 11:14 PM, Blogger Thumper said…

    I'dve chased him down and thrown food at him (well, ok, no I wouldn't, but I like the mental image... "Here, have a taco up your tailpipe, you ass!")

    Um, yeah, I have a potty mouth when I imagine doing these things...

     
  • At 9:38 AM, Blogger lainb said…

    ha! i feel pretty clueless about blogging too...it took me about 2 full days just to figure out how to do a template, add comments, add links, etc. It was definitely a learning process....there needs to be a "blogger 101" class offered at the local community college! ha!

     
  • At 2:23 PM, Anonymous shopshop said…

    I like the mental image... "Here, have a taco up your tailpipe, you ass!" It was definitely a learning process....there needs to be a "blogger 101" class offered at the local community college! ha!

     

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