Okay so I have to share this with you because I am still in disbelief- I mean I am actually hoping to wake up tomorrow and it will not be true (probably not though). Today my almost 16 yo had his rode test, he has been driving for about 15 months without any problems but he was nervous. I assured him it would go fine........ and thankfully he got through all the functional testing, parrallel parking, stopping, backing, etc.............. so then he gets on the freeway, she takes him through a "round about" and construction zone- I thought, man he is doing great we just have to go through a quiet neighborhood and stop at a zillion stop signs but he can do that without any problem. Oh wait................. ack! it is a busy intersection now, he has to stop at the light and turn left. Phew- he has come to a complete stop and is waiting and BAM! Wait, did we just get hit? Uh........ yeah we did. Not only that- she hit us so hard we went flying into the car in front of us. Thankfully my son put on the brake and we did limited damage to that little yellow mustang (oh so sorry!) So here we are sitting sandwiched between two cars, the van behind us is a mess (probably totalled) and my poor son is sitting at the wheel with a driving instructor in the passenger seat. I could have cried- the poor kid was shaking. Now I know it is not his fault and it will not effect his license but he didnt finish the test and so now we have to start over. Ugh....... can you believe this? I am thankful that all are safe but what an "inconvenience"
Now I will share with you a challenge that I am participating in since you hung around and heard our sad story
Ha ha............ that little turkey is a wild animal right? I was looking at some challenges and the Dutch Dare one had to be a wild animal. Well I have others but I was giggling when I looked at this one because it will throw you off I think. How many wild animals eat dinner at the table with ya! This is a precious moment stamp, they are retired and not for sale anymore but I had to pull this one out as we come into fall and Thanksgiving! I used some Debbie Mum paper that I got at Jo's the other day, real rust and mustard SU cardstock to matte them. I colored them with my copics and love the results. It is soft and yet vibrant. I am also submitting this card for a sketch challenge as well. I thought it was a nice sketch and will use it again.