Well, I can honestly say that two Sundays ago, I had the crappiest day ever.
I was driving home down a back road that I've driven many many times without incident and came to a notorious curve that has claimed many a car. I've ALWAYS been careful around this turn, and today was no different, however for some reason, the road was as slick as ice (yes, at the end of August... and I live in Tennessee at the moment)...Anyhow, there was already an accident being seen to by two cops, when the car in front of me lost control down the hill and into the turn. They hit the guard rail and slid to a stop. I had hit the brakes as soon as I saw this, and tried to turn towards the oncoming traffic lane and my car still stayed in my own lane, slid, and hit the same guard rail. Then the car behind us did exactly the same thing. When we stopped and made sure my passenger was okay, since the car hit the rail on the passenger side, one of the cops came over and said that for some reason, the road was slick (DUH!!! You think????) and proceeded to inform us that we wouldn't be able to blame anyone but ourselves, citing it was the drivers' inability to control the car. I've driven that road hundreds of times and never had that problem, and I drive that area very cautiously.
Worst part is, it's considered collision damage even though it was beyond my control, and I only have comprehensive on my car.
I went a day or two later to an auto body shop for a quote and was told I did about $5k worth of damage to the car. While I'm gone, my roommate and his dad are looking to at least fix my mirror while I'm gone, so I can see properly... the rest will be fixed as I can come up with the money for the parts.
Atop all that, I was so incredibly stressed out about some other things (one of my jobs closed down temporarily, so I lost a significant chunk of pay for the last two months... soon to be three) and I broke out with shingles just about the same day. So I was in excrutiating pain, totally unrelated to the accident, to begin with.
I NEED something good to happen.