30 Days of Truth – Day 22: Something You Wish You Hadn’t Done In Your Life

Ok well here we are back with 30 Days of truth, I know I completely lost track of it, and stopped doing it, but there is no set time on finishing this, so now I am on to day 22 yay! If you are interested in participating in this meme, please feel free to link your site, so I can go and visit and read what you have to say as well. I will leave the link here for you, hope you take part. Let’s move on to the question.

30 Days of Truth

Day 22: Something You Wish You Hadn’t Done In Your Life

Well isn’t there always something you wish you hadn’t done? You know you can’t take it back and no matter how much wishing it’s always going to be a part of your life. I have a handful of those unfortunately, but I suppose one that probably has affected my life the most is. When I was younger, I had a boyfriend that was an extremely bad influence, and I was always so easily influenced to do things. I could of been a rebellious part of me perhaps. It’s one night we decided to “party”, drink and just hang out. Yeah it sounds harmless but it wasn’t. It started off cool, having fun, having a few drinks, but the drinking kept going through the night, into the early morning, to the point we ran out, and waited for the store to open to get more! Yeah I was on a not so good track already. I should of gone home and slept it off, but I didn’t I was stubborn, and wanted to have more fun, and hang out. I’m lucky something worse didn’t happen to me. But what did happen was bad enough. I’m ashamed of it, and I wish wish wish I could take it back, but I can’t. I have to live with it for the rest of my life. I have the scar to prove it.

So we were having our drinking binge and having a good time, until I decided to get behind the wheel, which was the worse thing I could ever have done, and I don’t know why anyone let me, seriously why did they let me? I know they were drinking too, but damn why did you let me? Anyway, it was my boyfriends new car, and I so wish I could of stopped myself but I didn’t. Okay so it’s bad enough I get in the car and drive it, but what’s even more sillier is that I didn’t know how to drive stick shift that well, but that morning I seem to miraculously drive fine, don’t ask me why or how I just did.

I recall driving under an over pass and after that I don’t remember much. I remember an ambulance, and then I woke up in the hospital. It turns out from what I was told that, that I hit a half parked car. You know how some people when they are getting ready to leave they pull their car up half way out the drive way, well I must of blacked out, and the car veered to the right or left I don’t even know for certain. And hit the car, there was someone in the car at the time, and they sustained a broken arm, as I did too later after getting out of the hospital.

I learned days later that my arm was indeed fractured mid way up my arm between my wrist and elbow. I ended up needed a steel plate to keep the bone together so it heals properly, and some screws, that is still in my arm to this day. They did say after 2 years I can have it removed, but I haven’t removed it as of yet. I have a nice big long scar on my arm, that will always remind me of the stupid thing I did that one day. I will always regret it. “How can I avoid being distracted on the road?” – The answer is: “Sober driving.”

Ok so that is the end to my 30 Days of Truth, thanks for stopping by, see you next time!


  1. Well its a good thing that you made it through that accident alive, but like you said, it was a stupid thing to do and you will be reminded of that forever. At least you learned your lesson and didn’t to again.

    My brother was involved in many car accidents while drinking and luckily he didnt hurt himself or anyone else. He’s 40 yrs old and he pretty much hasnt learned lesson yet. He can’t even hold down a job longer than a year cause he doesnt know when to stop drinking and go to work.. But thats his life I guess.

  2. You are very fortunate to be alive, and it could have been a lot worse for you, too. My boyfriend had gotten a DUI years ago and ended up in the hospital for a month and out of work for four months. Yesterday was his 29 months of being sober

    I wish I could keep up with one of these “30 Days of Truth” challenges. I’ve always wanted to do one, but I never could keep up. Lol, eh well, maybe some day

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