Realizing this isn't much to go on, especially since she hasn't gotten into an accident... yet... I should write about something else. Unfortunately, I am suffering some major creativity blockage, so I'm just going to be unoriginal. As I was browsing urbandictionary.com, I found a post that basically took the words out of everyone's mouth. Aside from the numerous spelling mistakes, and terrible grammar, it's quite funny.
Here's the inspiration:
Velcro was invented by a Swiss engineer in 1941 named George de Mestral, and it was widely used by NASA- not just little kids' shoes. As for zambonis, an Italian-AMERICAN man named Frank Zamboni. Penicillin was discovered by a Scottish scientist Alexander Fleming. The invention of the telephone is disputed. Insulin derived off of research from several scientists, who were European, but was concluded by a canadian. Amateur radio operators are credited with the discovery of long-distance communication on the shortwave bands. They are North American meaning BOTH Canada and America.