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Please Be Careful Out There

In Seattle, rain is common. Just a little rain, like today, is no big deal. In Seattle, we don’t have air full of sand, and then just a little rain, so it’s a whole new ball game.

I didn’t think it would be dangerous out driving today. I had two meetings; I had no idea I would see so many accidents. This one scares me. I hope the people got to the hospital OK.

Please, friends, be careful out there today. Get home safely.

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January 30, 2007 - Posted by | Adventure, ExPat Life, Family Issues, Health Issues, Kuwait, Living Conditions, Lumix, Photos, Weather

5 Comments »

  1. CRAZY
    is that blood coming out of the car???!?!

    Comment by Deera Chat Family | January 30, 2007 | Reply

  2. We have accidents because a lot of people dont take the necessary precations when it rains. Most drive just the same way they do everyday.

    Comment by Abdulaziz | January 30, 2007 | Reply

  3. In New Jersey, rain equals accidents – always. People just do not seem to understand, wet makes it slick you have to slow down. Then once everyone slows down, they tail gate, and slam into one another.

    Comment by seandbe | January 30, 2007 | Reply

  4. Deera – I think so . . .

    Abdulaziz – You should see Seattle when it snows! I think it’s the same all over the world, when there are conditions different from normal.

    Seandbe – Welcome! Holy Smokes. the highways must be a nightmare when it rains. And it rains more often in NJ than in Kuwait, I bet. . . 😉

    Comment by intlxpatr | January 31, 2007 | Reply

  5. I don’t know what’s up with drivers and rain out here in Kuwait, once the sky starts to drizzle they start driving like maniacs! Actually, they’re always driving recklessly but it gets even worse when it’s raining. :/

    Comment by MacaholiQ8 | February 4, 2007 | Reply


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