melina Posted November 25, 2010 Report Share Posted November 25, 2010 Last night while driving to the train station to pick up my son, a car came careening out of nowhere, smashed into my car, and then took off. A hit and run. I wasn't hurt, but the shock left me dazed for a moment. By the time I managed to climb out of my car, the driver was gone. The entire left side of my car is completely destroyed and even the door is just hanging by its hinges. I think I've managed fairly well. I called the police, who of course couldn't do anything, and then went to pick up my son. When I got home I called the insurance company. Today I'll take the car into the shop and get a rental on the insurance. As I said, I've dealt with this well, I think. But the whole thing has left me feeling even deeper grief. I wanted to come home and get some comfort from my husband. I know exactly how he would have reacted, what he would have said, to make me feel better. Instead I had to continue to the station to pick up my son and tell him about the accident - but in a way that wouldn't make him worry. Then I called a friend, and here I am e-mailing you guys. Today I feel so utterly alone and lonely. I'm terrified I'm going to be alone the rest of my life - and worry I won't find anyone else who will want me or will want to share a life with me. At the same time, the thought of any other man touching me is repugnant. I just want my husband back. Melina Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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