I bet I'm not the only one dealing with this nonsense already this summer! This is the norm for me. Check out the photo I posted with this article. Not my actual windshield, mine is far worse. It never fails, every stinking summer, I end up with some sort of ding in my windshield.
There are a couple of things I have never done alone. I have never gone to the movies by myself, I have never eaten a meal by myself at a restaurant. Not that I wouldn't, or that there is anything wrong with it, just that I never have. However, yesterday when I was out and about running errands with a friend, we stopped to get their car washed.
Let me tell you something that went down on my block a couple of months ago that I did not even think about sharing, until now. Our neighborhood is typically safe, great neighbors, low-key, wave at each other in passing type peeps.
I just discovered something about myself: I have several of the same type of item in my vehicle. Just look at the picture. I was searching for something yesterday and I started going through the console, the compartments on the door and my glove compartment and I came to this realization. (Disclaimer:all of these items have their proper place in my ride, I do NOT like a dirty, messy vehicle. Just
Here is my back up camera on my ride. Many of us have them. Mine doesn't work. lol The lines don't really help me, I'm not going to lie. I was trying to back up into a parking spot at a restaurant the other day as you can see here and I still did not land between the lines.
I had no clue 'adult carsickness' was a thing. As a kid, from about age 5, I stayed sick anytime we would leave town, I stay nauseated. (that always meant riding shotgun) I thought at some point I would grow out of getting carsick but I have not. Well now, unfortunately, my kids are just like me.
In case you don't have plans this weekend, I'm about to give you something to do this Sunday the 15th. Hooters presents Guiding Light Car Truck & Bike Show with ALL proceeds including entries going to the victims and families of the recent tragedy here in the Permian Basin. Check out more details....
Since triple digit temps have hit the Basin as of late, it reminded me of something that happened to me years back that was pretty dumb on my part. I used to be bad at 'living out of my car' and had my entire bathroom in my car at one point, including a can of aerosol hairspray. NOT SMART!
My how times have changed. Have you rolled up to a gas station lately and seen this? I was in the Metroplex recently and looked over and saw this pretty thang 'gassin up.' Also, I would think only in the bigger cities would you see charging stations all over the place because this was where we stopped to gas up....