He always said he wanted to make a mark; be remembered for something by generations to come.
He made a mark alright, a skid mark along the road as he slid into the back of the car in front.
For generations to come, he’ll be remembered by the family of those whose lives he wrecked.
Today, bunches of flowers mark the spot. The spot where a driver was more interested in the text he was typing than what was happening around him.
Yes, he made a mark, and yes, he’ll be remembered for something by generations to come.
Thanks to Rochelle for hosting and to Liz Young for the photo.
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Thanks to Rochelle for hostings and to Liz Young for the picture.
When I saw the picture I immediately thought of one of my favourite UK sitcom characters, Edie from Last of the Summer Wine!
“Mother, look what you’ve done”
“It’s your father’s fault, Glenda, he keeps swapping the pedals around”.