I’m sooo not in a hurry to get out of this tub.
I drove for 12 hours straight yesterday and arrived back home around 1:30 a.m. It’s a 24 hr. drive total from Home on the Range, Montana to the Valley of Cali *if* you drive like me …
or someone I’m related to.
Since there wasn’t the time nor internet connection to take you with me on my road trip, I’ve decided I’d do a reenactment and post pictures this week. lol
I’m momentarily a little miffed at myself … the first set of pictures are missing and I can’t imagine how that happened. I changed the photo cards on the road about two hours from home and I know I had them. The missing photo card has the pictures of the reindeer and sleigh on the roof rack of my girly-girl SUV.
Maybe after I get some rest the missing photo card will appear. The photo case is empty, though. That’s not a good sign.
(btw… the girly-girl SUV holds 90 mph very well with crosswinds in the Nevada desert while carrying a reindeer and sleigh on her back. *innocent blonde look*)
The other *so unlike me* thing that’s missing is my cell phone charger.
*shakes head at self*
I can’t believe I left it at the last hotel I stayed in. *sighs and kicks self in butt*
It cost $29 to replace it!
I spent today catching up on work stuff and dealing with my Mitsubishi, who’s battery decided to die while I was gone. Not only did I have to replace the battery, I had to run in to the dealers so they could put in the manufacture code to make the radio/cd player work again.
That didn’t exactly make me want to sing happy tunes! Bad enough I have to replace the battery, but understandable … it was time. Having to deal with codes to revive dead radios? *rolls eyes*
True to his word, Adam, the cute service rep. promised me recoding the radio would be painless and it was. I would have just been happier to have not had to deal with it at all.
Since I’m selling the Mitsubishi I kinda, sorta thought that having it start (thus the new battery) and having the radio work might be, I don’t know… like, a good idea. *grins* But… It’s not like I had a shortage of things to do. *smiles*