Sad and mad at the same time. Heartbroken.
Usually I don't like to blog about sad stuff but this issue hits home. LITERALLY. My husband's dear grandmother died from her injuries that she suffered in a house fire.
It was a normal Monday morning in the Williams household. Grandpa went fishing/hunting, I can see Grandma sitting at the kitchen table reading a newspaper drinking her coffee. Then all of a sudden a burst of flames and smoke. The car in the driveway spontaneously combusted and by the time Grandma realized it was a fire she couldn't get out in time. Fire Marshall said the cause of the fire was the luxury car that was parked in the car port.
I'm furious, I'm hurt! I can't mention the name of the car yet...Pending legalities. If you want to know the name of the car send me an email firstname.lastname@example.org . After research this particular car had these issues with other people. Why are they still on the road????!!!??!?!??!?!
I want to spread the word about this car that claimed the life of my husband's "little lady" Grandma, the great-grandmother of my children. She didn't deserve to die like this. Nobody does. We laid her to rest yesterday in Ft Smith Arkansas...It hurt like heck to know she was in that casket and I would never get to see her again. We were able to hug and squeeze her around the Holidays. I'll post those pics later.
Tell those you love that you love them. Research your cars, know what you are dealing with people.
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