Ah, Tuesday. The day to remember all the things I didn’t get done on Monday- and push them off until Wednesday.
So, first things first! We took Precious to the doctor; actually, the tow truck came and escorted her. Her warning lights went on, and we didn’t want to drive her. Personally, I think she is saying, “Drive me, you two love birds!” She only has 4,000 miles on her. My new 2020 was approaching 10,000 since August when I got him. Payments are the only thing sure to last the life of your car.
I told Mary about speed today, “Bills travel through the mail at twice the speed of checks.” I keep thinking to myself, “Auto racing is boring except when a car is going at least 172 miles per hour upside down.” When we arrived at the dealership, I asked, “Why my car engine was humming. He said it was probably because it didn’t know the words.”
So Tustin Lexus has the baby today and will attempt to fix the Hybrid Drive System; in Mary’s case, it should be a star drive.
We had left-overs for lunch, and they were great. Leftovers make you feel good twice. First, when you put it away, you feel thrifty and intelligent: ‘I’m saving food!’ Then a month later, when blue hair is growing out of the ham, and you throw it away, you feel brilliant: ‘I’m saving my life!’
I nursed myself with all sorts of anti-itch potions, and we decided a movie would get my pea-brain off the itchy face.
We decided it was movie time and we saw “The Next Three Days,” and we sat there together trying to figure out what was going to happen next! Good movie!
Amazingly enough, we enjoy the same types of movies! Action without blood and guts, Hallmark movies, feelgood movies, John Wayne in anything, and yes, romance! Ah, romance.
Dinner was simple since we had oranges, kiwis, and tangerines. We binged on another movie and finally crashed at 9:00 PM. Mary and Scout headed upstairs to their room, and I headed for the car, which was ready to rock n’ roll all the way to Los Alamitos. The radio station was tuned to Blue Grass and I had the banjo turned up full blast. I will be seeing her in the morning as we will be having lunch with Robin.