I think this is just the final straw. In addition to not looking where she's going, her decision making abilities are at an all time low. I dodn't think I've ever been so frustrated.
She was hit by a stolen vehicle (officer witnessed the incident), thrown up on the hood of the car, slid off the side and hit the ground. The car (actually I think it was a truck) never stopped. Just kept right on going. The officer on the scene said it appeared to be intentional.
He called the paramedics out. They check her out, find no immediate serious injuries and proceed to get ready to transport her to have her checked out at the hospital (she's 79 for heavens sake) and she balks. Refuses to be transported. Now she has medicaid. She pays nothing for med. bills. This was not a financial issue. She just didn't want to go. Couldn't leave the da*n cat that long.
I'm not just worried, I'm ticked off. I asked her if the roles had been reversed and it had been me in the accident what her reaction would have been.
What if she's bleeding internally? I told her she could be and that she might not wake up in the morning if she doesn't get it checked out. Told her I'd come take her right now, she still refused. At the very least she's going to hurt so bad she won't be able to get out of bed tomorrow.
I'm at a loss here. She tells me this stuff so I'll worry and then wont let me do anything to fix it.
Good judgement comes from experience and alot of that comes from bad judgement.