Sue W is the host of this Challenge
“Never approach a bull from the front, a horse from the rear, or a fool from any direction.” ~ Unknown
Our Weekend Photo Challenge here on Weekly Prompts is Rear
Rear – Bringing something/someone to maturity, back, backend, tail end, hindmost, backside.
This one lends itself to a number of possibilities, and as usual, anything goes, feel free to present the word in any form you wish, photos, stories, poems, or music. In the meantime, GC and I look forward to seeing your choices!
In response to;
Weekly Prompts Photo Challenge
I copied this prompt exactly two years ago. The saying was what drew me in. I meant to write a post in response to this challenge but life happened.
Now today I had some free time to go over my draft folder and this caught my eye.
And coincidentally, our new car got rear-ended today. Thankfully I wasn’t driving it and it is fully insured. But it’s a bother to get it repaired. The guy who hit it drove off in a big hurry. My driver wasn’t able to get the number either. A total lack of civil etiquettes.
The first step was to contact the insurance people. That done, now we will wait for them to act. As I said, it was a good thing that I wasn’t driving it. I had gone out earlier to have breakfast with two of my friends and drove myself after a week or so. We have two cars, one is automatic, that is gear free and the other is shift drive. I always get confused when I switch between the two. The one with gears has three paddles and you drive using both feet. The automatic is driven using only one foot. So I make hilarious mistakes when I shift between the two. But I don’t mind when my driver stares at me with concern, thinking that I’m sure to cause an accident the way I drive!
Anyway, here’s to wishing you all a good week ahead, free of hassles and misfortunes.