My mum said that today, its true.. I really liked that car.
I don't think I'll type out exactly what happened right now, maybe at some other point, still feeling rather shaken up and stuff about it. Not to mention my neck and back are sore. Who's fault? I reckon he was going twice the speed limit, but then again I was pulling into his path technically... so toss a coin, I dunno what it will come out as.
Anyhow, I had the day off work today. Not only would I have been pretty useless there, I have no way of getting back from the late shifts.. so hix on them for a while. Most of today I've just crashed (no pun intended) and been pretty tired, I guess that could be concidered normal, I have no idea. I'm using some of the time to work on my novel, or at least pretend to work on it, so yay me.
Speaking of which, I have a question for anyone that has spoken to me on the phone, or who I met up with while over there. I'm setting the novel in London (a future London, but London nonetheless) and was wondering what 'englishisms' you noticed me say.. like 'cheers' for thank you, or stuff like that.
Anything you've noticed would help me get a better grounding for the dialogue, as for all I know its all just normal, so anything - however small - could help.