Those are words to make a mother's heart skip a beat when spoken over the phone from your daughter.
And she said them so calmly --- almost with a little laugh ----
all I can say is thank goodness for cell phones and for her having a great husband and good friends to come to her rescue
For those of you who live where it doesn't snow, we are in the middle of pretty typical weather for spring in the mountains.
On Wednesday it was beautiful, clear, warm.
Yesterday a big, cold storm blew in and dumped a lot of snow --- the operative word being BLEW!
My daughter (who lives at the other end of the state) had to go to work, but at 10:30 she headed for home. As she often does, she called me and we chatted briefly when she left work, telling me that she was headed out and would let me know when she got home.
Half an hour later, I got the call -- I answered the phone and said "are you home?"
That's when I heard "no, I'm in a ditch!"
Seems the road conditions and people around her driving crazy had combined in a bad way and she slid off the road into the ditch rather than being hit in the rear end --- a better situation to my mind.
Several hours later, after spending some time at a co-worker's house and having a good friend help her and her husband haul the car out of the ditch, she finally got home.
The car is alright.
Tomorrow it will be in the 50s and the snow will all melt away like it was never here.