A funny thing happened on my way to town...
I was on my way to town, cuz I heard that the carnivAOL (ecks eye eye)
was coming and I wanted to see the amazing Flat Scalzi and his Canadian
nemisis Flat Paulzi when my vehicle became too hard to handle.
Now, I am blonde, so it took awhile to figure out that the CarnivAOL
was not in town literally, but ya know in virtual J-land. Go
check it out! You have no excuse, no matter what color you dyed
As for the Flats, well, you can track them down. I did have all
the pages open so I could put all the lil linkies in this entry.
But I have dial-up and it's not wise to open too many pages.
Besides there was a breeze and so I shut the windows.
Ok, so I adjusted my fan, and reread my opening paragraph (cuz I get
distracted easily). Say, have you tried that Lady Gray tea?
It's like her hubby's, Earl's, but with a citrusness. That'd
probably be the lemons.
Oh, my car? So glad you asked! How'd you know I was having car problems anyway?
So, I'm driving to town. My steering gets very floaty, when going
straight. Very difficult, when turning right. And I can't
turn left, at all. It was like driving a boat, in circles.
Long story somewhat shorter, Charlie called from the garage (where I am
on first name-basis with all the guys, they love me, they really love
me). It's my rack-and-pinion and my pressure switch. My
power steering needs help. My rack was always sufficient, I
thought. But apparently the boys felt differently, once they got
to peeking under...
So to the tune of $600+ , I should have my vehicle back and be able to make those tricksee left hand turns soon.