Last year I was hit by a car. Some young woman making a right hand turn on to a busy road. I was walking and had the right away. She didn't see me (yes she was on the cell phone). I don't know how I managed to get out of that one in one piece because she almost ran me over (I was on top of her car and broke her drivers head lamp with my knee). She rolled down her window to say sorry and took off. Can you believe some people? Anyway, I had witnessess (father and son) who took her license plate # down. I phoned the police and she was charged with hit & run. The Father called me the next day to see if I was OK. We got together and have been seeing each other. I'm not sure if its too soon for another relationship. I prefer companions for now. He's in Florida right now (drove down) and he wants to fly me out in April for two weeks and drive back with him. He thinks it would be good for me, to take my mind off my stresses. I'm right in the middle of serving divorce papers to my stbx. I'm humming and haaaing about this. My passport just came in the mail today and he's calling me on Sunday and will probably want to book a flight soon. Should I go?????
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