So glad a little girl moved in up the street (where those stinkin' not cute boys use to live. I shutter to think what I would have found on my driveway if they had been the ones to discover my sidewalk chalk.)
This classified ad appeared in Wednesday's Mountain Sun.
You may notice there are a few typos. Which leads me to believe the woman who took my ad for my last Garage Sale no longer works at the paper. You know the one who corrected my copy to read 'electric' instead of 'eclectic'. She's the reason my sale was only open an hour. I got tired of explaining to disappointed people that not all my items plugged in.
Anyway, blessings to you, Huck! I hope you get the work you want.
A college friend (who lives out of state) is going to be in Austin this weekend and wants me to come play. Last time we got together, we talked and talked. Until her Prozac overthrew her Margaritas and she landed face down in a giant potted plant.
So you know I'm in.
Especially now that I have a smartphone. And facebook. And compassion. You know I'm just kidding about posting pics to fb. YouTube would be a much better platform.
I really thought I could complete my 6-hour Defensive Driving course in one sitting but it's just too painful. (The curriculum not the sitting.)
Today's knowledge reaping involves 'Communication' and 'Sharing the Road with Others'. Get ready to learn something...
1) If you see a car with a crumpled fender, the driver is communicating that they are not cautious and said driver could even be considered reckless (not wreckless, obviously).
2) 'Using your horn can be beneficial or very irritating to other drivers.' These Defensive Driving people want me to tap my horn whenever I reach a sharp curve so other drivers will know I'm there. Got it. Later today I will try this out when I go around theGolf Street traffic circle.
3) 'Use hand gestures as a courtesy. Never use obscene hand gestures when driving.' All I have to say about this is, sometimes obscene hand gestures are a courtesy.