Tuesday, May 22, 2007

Good-bye and Thanks for the Ride!



Our son took a wrong turn yesterday morning and ended up at the bottom of a steep hill! But praise God he walked away with only a cut to his arm. My little Saturn ION did it's job! It protected Tim as he rolled down the hill. Thanks little Blue you served us well! Thankyou God for another chance for Tim!

10 comments:

Dan said...

God was clearly watching out for Tim. So happy he is ok.

Bill said...

Patrice is pushing buttons for me this week while I am in London. Got the call from her at midnight last night. Nothing like that call to keep you up for a while! So glad for God's protection. Looks like I need to start looking for another car when this trip is over!

Bill

Bill said...

One side note, London does not have the wide open spaces that Delta has!

Abraham Lincoln said...

That was fortunate for your son and I assume he had the belt on. Wowe what a picture. Glad everyone is OK.

Now will your insurance rates go up? They do that around here. One accident and rates skyrocket.

I posted a picture today of the feeding process of robins. It is a series.

photowannabe said...

Whew, this picture put my heart in my throat.
PTL for Tim's safety. Sometimes we give our guardian angels a bit of overtime work.
Safe trip home from London. Hope you have time to snap a few while you are there.

lv2scpbk said...

I had to look because my son had alot of stuff stolen off his car about 3 months ago. It reminded me of that. He had his seats, hood, seat buckles, steering wheel and several other things stolen. He was devastated. Glad your son was ok.

kris said...

just by looking at the pic makes me shiver..that is one escape. Very happy to hear he's alright!

Salty Dawg said...

A car can be replaced, so glad for you all that Tim is OK!

Lavenderlady said...

I read through the comments before I started to type. My comment would have been, "Cars can be replaced...kids can't". Salty dawg took the words out of my mouth.

Annie said...

Every parent's nightmare but thankfully, your ended on a happy note.