John Mayer, Atlanta, 2010. (via ismell—wonderful)
I hit and killed a rabbit on my drive home from work today and I cried for hours after it happened.
I usually am able to come to a complete stop whenever I see an animal trying to cross the road but the roads were covered in snow tonight and in trying to avoid sliding and hitting another vehicle or going off the road, I ended up hitting the rabbit. I immediately threw my hazard lights on and ran to see if anything could be done but it was too late. I moved the rabbit into the ditch, though.
I’m surprised at how emotional I became, but I guess that’s better than not caring. Life is unfair and I keep playing it over and over in my head trying to think of what I could have possibly done differently. This is going to haunt me for a while.
I wouldn’t ever move somewhere that wouldn’t allow me to bring Henry.
I don’t understand people that make the conscious decision to move away and leave their animals behind.
Snuck into the lab to get an early look at my Eosin Methylene Blue plate for my unknown identification. It grew, so that means that my Gram Negative bacteria is Escherichia Coli. No more microbiology for the rest of the year. I am so hyped on germs right now. (at Northwestern Michigan College- Health and Science Blg)