I was driving home from work on Tuesday when I was involved in an accident. I stopped at a roundabout, but unfortunately, the woman behind me didn't. There was a nasty noise from the boot, I said "Whoo!" as the air rushed out of my lungs, and then I sat up to find that I was out at least half a car-length into the roundabout. I suspect that she either didn't hit the brake at all or she hit the accelerator instead -- none of the cars with right of way had moved, so they must have seen it coming.
I am not seriously injured. I have sore neck and back muscles and am having physiotherapy, but as my head didn't snap back, I have escaped true whiplash. Nonetheless, a plethora of doctor's and physiotherapist's appointments has cut heavily into my gardening time this week, as has the increased need for rest and the absence of the family car.
It's been a bit hot to garden much this week, anyway. Our tops have been around 30-32 C but the humidity has been at the streaming-with-perspiration level; most unpleasant. After a huge thunderstorm on Thursday evening, it's been a lot cooler and cloudier. I've now hit the stage where I can think about gardening again, but I will have to be careful not to overdo it as my muscles return to normal.
I hope that you've had a better week than I've had!