We really don't know how it happened. Check our shattered back window - There were millions of pieces.
The only thing we can think that may have caused it would be from when Brad removed the vinyl School of Ball lettering from the window a couple nights ago. The next day Brad came out from work with the window looking like this...
We called the autoglass place and got an appointment for the next morning. As I drove there it could hear the window cracking and just wanting to collapse. When I pulled in the businesses parking lot it started to collapse inside the car- good timing.
I had been there for about and hour and I hear the guy yell, "Crap, this isn't the right window!" I heard him talking on the phone to someone and then he came to tell me the bad news that I already had figured out. Apparently the window that was in the box wasn't correct. The correct window would be brought down from Vegas later that afternoon. Well, I had to run errands for a quilt I am working on and so I was blasting the heater to stay warm and I was just thankful I live in St. George so I didn't have to worry too much about much being stolen out of my windowless car. I still worried and sprinted through the store :).
Later that afternoon I took it back in and the mechanic fixed it up. I worked that night and when driving home from work the rear defroster wasn't working... grr... I swear he still didn't put the back window in. The whole way home my window was frosted over, usually they work really quick. Tomorrow we will bring the car in again and hopefully get the defroster fixed too.
It could be worse so I can't complain, at least it happened this week and not next week when school starts up again. Plus, I really can't complain because I'm working on a quilt for a little girl that is expected to die in a week or two. I'm just grateful to be able to worry about silly things like cars. Death is hard. I'll post pictures of the awesome keepsake quilt later.