Wednesday, March 11, 2009

In Case of Emergency - Break Glass

Because of THIS...

THIS was lost...
THIS represents a 40 hour work week...every penny!!!



I sure am glad I had a good time!!! The key shall be placed in a fireproof, emergency glass box in a place of honor with a small ax nearby to be used only in extreme emergency. On the plus side, the dealership always washes your car even if you are just getting a key programmed.

7 comments:

Rosezilla said...

One time when I was about 9 or 10, my family went wwwaaaayyy out in the boonies to a "U Pick" farm to pick something, maybe strawberries, or tomatoes. Anyway, we walked wwwaaayyy out to the field, then my sis wanted to go back to the car for something, so I tossed her the keys from a distance. Too far a distance. Down they went in the seemingly impenitrable (sp) tangle. I panicked and began throwing handfuls of weeds and dirt everywhere, but my sis calmed me and finally found the keys. In one of the handfuls I'd thrown behind me. I hate to think how many ways my parents would have killed me if she hadn't found the keys.

bFlat said...

I'm glad you were able to get a new key for your car and a free car wash too!

curlywurlygurly said...

pretttty new layout! love it. as for the car key debacle....only you would recline a la marilyn monroe it the bucket of a front end loader. hahahah.

Yolanda said...

It's amazing how something so little costs so much.

Ruth Hull Chatlien said...

I'm glad you were able to replace it. But ouch, don't you hate unexpected expenses like that?

Anita said...

Yikes! I'm going to have to warn my sister never to get a porche... she's ALWAYS losing her keys!

daffy said...

Good News!
I love looking at that pic of you in the digger!