Wednesday, July 11, 2007

Bad Things Happen In Threes

Yes, this is true. I don't really know how else to express how this week is going for me. I wasn't going to post about it on Monday or Tuesday, but as the week progresses, so do the unfortunate things. A woman in one of the departments I oversee died on Sunday. They found her Monday morning, collapsed on her bed with her work clothes on from the day before. It is very tragic for the store and her fellow associates in the department. Today I found out that one of my department managers was in a very bad car crash in which the car landed on her after she was ejected. She is in serious but stable condition. So now I am patiently waiting for the third bad thing to happen. That's the way it goes.

Apologies for such a sombre post today, but this is all I have to say for now. Have a good evening.

9 comments:

Cheryl said...

That's just awful. It kind of points out that you really have to 'live' your life, because you never know what will happen. I hope this time that 'bad things happen in twos' :(((

not fainthearted said...

How horrible. Can the third bad thing be not so bad? Like all the oranges falling down or something?

If its any consolation, your cheese suggestion was SUPERB! Thanks.

Parlancheq said...

Holy crap. That's terrible.

simonsays said...

I am thinking about you today. Maybe your third thing won't be so awful, it sounds like you have had enough of that for one week...hang in there....

CRUSTYBEEF said...

I'm so sorry to hear that. Your coworkers are in my thoughts and prayers..
hopefully that nasty headache was your "three."

I hope things go better, and my sympathies to both families as they face tragedy in it's awful shape.
Always,
Crusty~

Portia said...

That is rough, I'm sorry to hear it. I am thinking about you.

KYRIE said...

How sad and terrible.
I agree with Cheryl. Hopefully nothing else will happen.

Andfre said...

I am so sad for you and for the families of the people you mentioned. Stay strong kiddo.

austere said...

Sorry.
Tough.