Last time this happened, the car battery went dead--in Page, Arizona. Then, it happened again on the shoulder of I-15 near Centerville, Utah on December 23. After that second time, my grandpa drove over from Colorado and fixed it. There was some faulty line that went to the battery. Well, I knew that I would probably be able to make it to the home of the woman I visit teach--and I did. As soon as we pulled into the parking lot, I shut the car off and immediately tried to start it again only to hear that terrible sound--click, click, click, click. Aaaahhhh!!!!
Well, the lady was just running home to leave again for an exercise class, but her husband was home and jumped my car. What a sweet guy right? I have to mention that no one was home at the other house, so it's a good thing I went to that first woman's house in that order or I would've been really stranded! I wanted to say thanks to Scott, who saved me, and I also wanted to say thanks to the creator of the jumper cables. Honestly, think about how many times something goes wrong with your car and you HAVE to take it to the mechanic. Jumper cables have saved millions of people lots and lots of money and frustration over time.
I also want to thank the inventor of the ceiling fan. It's starting to boil down here and those ceiling fans keep a homeowner from having to run the AC 24/7. I love my ceiling fans. Thanks again!
And, I also wanted to also publicly thank the inventor of indoor plumbing. Almost every single time I get into a shower I think how incredibly wonderful it feels and how spoiled I am to be able to just turn a knob and get instant comfort from my shower/bath/sink.
So, what/who are you really appreciating right now?