But not really the kind you want to have.
A couple of weeks ago, I came out of church to a note on my Jimmy telling me that one of my tires was low. I called James --because I know he has an air compressor-- and he came over and aired it up.
Yesterday when I got to work-- and more about that in a minute-- one of my coworkers told me that my tire was low again. After work I checked it, and sure enough, it was nearly flat.
I went to Beverly and James' house, but he had just laid down to go back to sleep because he's working nights this week. So I went to the gas station on the corner to air it up, then on in to Wal-Mart to get it fixed.
As soon as I pulled up and saw how many cars were there, I knew it would be a long wait. But it couldn't be helped. I had to get the tire fixed.
It was after 6 when I got home. Tired, but the good news is, I got out of there without spending $100. The bad news is, by the time I got home and settled in to watch the last few episodes of Grey's Anatomy, my internet kept dropping out.
So, I couldn't blog yesterday. I'm going to do the Chat and the movie thing, and just retrodate them. When you've got finished reading this one, do go back and check them out. They'll be up in a bit.
Anyway, It's finally fall! I don't care what the calendar says. I don't care what the thermometer says. Candy Corn is out.
And that means Fall.
While wandering around Wal-mart for two hours, I found this cute little Rattletrap with hearts on it.
It would be just perfect for someone's sweetheart, don't you think? And I bought a new tacklebox.
My old one was full, and I had fishing lures scattered all over my kitchen. Now they are all safely tucked away in here.
OK, I've got three more posts to catch up on, hopefully before my internet drops again, like it did about halfway through this one.
It's getting annoying.