Some Things Are Easy, Despite Life’s Curveballs

As a child, the world outside my home seemed so easy to traverse through. I really did not have a clue as to just how rough life can be at times. As I grew older, I made sure to be as responsible and organized as possible in order to keep life more simple. I had seen my older sister do the opposite, and she often ran into so many problems because of it. Not long ago, I wanted to sell my car in San Diego as well as find a new place and keep up with my college classes at the same time. Keeping on top of things often allowed me to sail through many things, but this time, life had other plans for me.

First, my older brother passed away. He and my sister were my best friends for most of my life. We loved spending free time with one another, and I could trust him with anything. So, it was a blow that I was having a tough time getting past, and it was affecting my school work. I tried to make it to class every day, but my mind was just not on school work. I ended up needing to drop out temporarily.

Then, I got into a small car accident one day while driving home. Luckily no one was hurt, but my car definitely suffered damage. My car was in pretty good prior to the accident. It was frustrating to know that I needed to sell the car, but most people would no longer be interested in buying it because of the damage to the car. Rather than waste my time trying to find the right stranger to purchase it, I made a phone call to a nearby business that buys old cars that are not in pristine condition. The process couldn’t have been easier. I had the misfortune to have an accident, but I still found the right buyer without a lot of hassle.