Coming home from work yesterday, I was so very tired I could barely keep my eyes open on the bus.
(I really must start getting to bed earlier)
So when traffic slowed to a crawl, then eventually stopped altogether, I just gazed out of the window at the cause, another road accident.
But this one was something rarely seen on our streets, and it didn't occur to me until we'd moved on that I should have taken a photo.
My camera was right there in my bag, as always, but all I did was stare out the bus window at the accident scene.
A crashed ambulance.
Yes, you read that right....a crashed AMBULANCE!!
How often does one see that??
I'm so cross with myself !! I'll probably never see such a sight again.
The smashed in front end was facing the bus, we were so close, a photo would have been great.
There was another ambulance and two firetrucks in attendance and a small red car, also smashed in, but not too badly from what I could see, was against the median strip. There may have been a third vehicle, judging by the amount of smashed area on the ambulance, but I couldn't see one.
Later in the day, after I'd had a nap, dinner was a disaster. I tried another frozen meal, this time a beef stroganoff with pasta.
It was awful!
The meat was tasteless and chewy, the mushrooms like rubbber!
I packed it back up, marked it with a skull and crossbones, then put it back in the freezer.
I decided I'd just have toast and eggs. Hah!! The eggs were off. Tossed those in the freezer too, to wait for rubbish collection day and made a bowl of porridge.
Mondays are like that....
At Streaky Bay, South Australia.
42 minutes ago