Today was one of those days that thing after thing went wrong…just little things. Decided to attend Alec’s meet in Bedford since it was such a nice day. First locked my keys in my classroom, okay grab custodian who kindly opens my door. Jump in my car to head to Bedford hop on 94 to 275 and realize I left my purse at work, turn around and head back to work, see the custodian who let me in and laugh and say it is one of those days. Okay getting later but I am pretty sure I can make Alec’s first race. Hop on 275 heading south ding, ding idiot light goes on, 39 miles until I am out of gas…ugh! Sure I am going to miss Alec run, so I debate whether God is giving me a message that I should just go home. My desire to support my son wins out and I head down after buying Alec huge gatorades. This was good because it was so hot. I made it to see both of Alec’s races : ) driving home the timing works for me to stop on our way and pick up Angelia from the gym. So then I see this horrible accident, the car was flipped over and the person had been thrown from the car and was laying on the highway. No police or paramedics were there yet, good Samaritans were helping. My heart dropped into my stomach, my daughter commented how scary it was and I agreed, I told her we need to pray for that person. I was really shaken and started to pray. As I prayed I realized that had I no followed through in going to the meet or picking up my daughter that my husband or I would have driving to our car pool meeting spot at the time of the accident. It is amazing how every decision you make can alter what could’ve been. God is watching over me and He is guiding my decisions. This gives me such comfort, even though I had annoyances to deal with, but I was meant to be with my children and it removed me from the chance of being in that accident. It was a very scary accident and I will pray for them. Must let God control things, he in charge!