Life happenings at Jacs place

Saturday, September 02, 2006

Why me.
I can't believe it. Coming back from dancing this morning. Pulled up to a give way sign, looked nothing coming, went to go, looked again and noticed a car coming around the bend, stopped and I had a car run into the back of me. I've had my car now for about 16mths and I've had it into be be repaired from accidents that aren't my fault three times. I pulled over to check out the damage, lady pulled in behind me. Both of us couldn't see any major damage, just a few scratches on my bumper and none we seen to hers but we exchanged numbers anyway. I got home and told Craig he looked at the car and my bumper has been pushed back, buckling the right rear panel. So I rang the lady back to get her details and she wants to see the car again as she can't see how her car could come away with the little or no damage it did and my bumper be the way it is. She isn't even willing to claim responsibility till she sees it.

On the scrapping side of things not as much has been happening as I would like, not in the mood now.

I made these two cards on Monday night, one for Mum'sbirthday and the other for Scrappindipity. My doggy pets page came out in the page maps news letter today and I have finished a page that I have sent in for submission to a new US mag call that was posted on my get published thread over at I was so wrapped to hear that they will accept international subs. I've not posted it into any of my galleries yet as they wanted to use layouts done with the theme I have used for the cover and to be on the cover they want not seen before pages. I may be able to post here in my blog but haven't heard back about that yet.

Well I had better get going as Asher needs a bath and her hair washed. Craig is out, so it is just me at the moment. Feeling pretty blah about the accident and my neck is starting to get sore and to top it all I've got two father's day cards to make.

Hopefully my next post I will have some good news to share.


At 02 September, 2006 , Blogger Kelley said...

Oh bummer about the car accident - Lucky everyone is ok though - thats the main thing - cars can always be fixed or replaced.
Love the cards!!! And woohoooo!!! on the sketch toot too!!!

At 02 September, 2006 , Blogger Rach said...

Hope you have some good news too next post! oh no about the car accident!! Gee I hope all the repair process is smooth and stuff, I know what a PITA people can be after an accident (I work in the industry LOL)

Try to have a good weekend!


At 03 September, 2006 , Blogger Crissy Gaylor said...

Sorry to hear about the car accident _ My DH was in one earlier this year with my car, when someone slammed into the back of it and I could not drive it until in got fixed (dual fuel with gas bottle in back) Hope it all works out!
Love those gorgeous cards and congrats on the sketch.
:) Crissy

At 03 September, 2006 , Blogger Sharryn T said...

Sorry to hear you haven't been having a good time lately.
Car matter how small..are the pits.
Hope everything picks up for you.
I love the cards you've made they are just gorgeous.
Sharryn :)

At 03 September, 2006 , Blogger Mardi said...

Hi sorry to hear of the accident...I hope the woman accepts responsibility and you can get your car repaired promptly.

I also hope your neck is ok...

Great layouts (and cards) as amaxe me with the amount you achieve..

Take care
Mardi x

At 04 September, 2006 , Blogger MichelleLanning said...

I hope everything about the car accident works out!!!!

And I hope that you don't get hurt too!!

I love those cards Julie -- they are beautiful!

At 04 September, 2006 , Blogger Anthea said...

oh Julie!! I hope the car is fixed, and that the Lady has had some sence knocked into her, especialy if she is going to kick up a stink!!

lovely cards!

At 05 September, 2006 , Blogger *k said...

Jules, sounds like my luck with the van. I think some auto's are just targets, like they have invisible bullseyes on them! Hope you get everything sorted out girl!


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