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Friday, March 4, 2011

Too Much to Handle

Today was tough day . . . well it started out good. I found a much better place to get my blood work done. They are so much quicker and will hold a standing order for 6 months! Norman Regional Hospital was taking up to 2 hours and 45 minutes before they would get to drawing my blood. . .I was afraid it would effect my prograf trough!!! That was just ridiculous, so found a Diagnostic Lab of Oklahoma and it's just right across the street from the hospital! So super convenient and so much easier.

BUT my day was ruined by GEICO. . .my insurance company called and took a recorded statement from me and I was 100% honest. . .which apparently pegged me as the "AT FAULT" party in the parking lot fender bender!!! REALLY?! I am not sure what the other girls statement was but obviously she made herself out to be at 'no fault' and painted a picture that made me out to be the cause. Whatever. I personally think she was on her cell phone or something and didn't see me backing out already until it was too late. I am pretty sure I was backing out first and then she backed out and our cars bumped. Not much I can do. My liability will cover it, my car will not get fixed because the damage is so minimal along with the fact I don't want to pay out a $500 deductible. . .I don't think my damage would be much over that if even that much.

Either way it sent my anxiety and stress through the roof! I felt so wronged and I just about broke down completely. . .I am thankful for Klonopin!! Very, very thankful. I don't deal with stress and I was so frustrated that I couldn't handle being blamed for something that I KNOW was not all my fault. Oh well. Klonopin is keeping me level headed right now :) Gonna try to sleep and forget about all this. What's happened has happened and looking back and focusing on the past can be counter productive. So it's done, I learned something and it won't happen again. But I was honest and I feel good about what I said happened. And that's what matters.

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1 comment:

bo said...

Ashley had a very similar experience in a parking lot. She thinks the other party was doing some insurance fraud scam. But you can share your frustrations with her when you get a chance. She can certainly sympathize!

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