Sitting here watching The Voice and saw my little blog on one of my bookmarks and figured I should fire up a new post.
Not even attempting to do any catching up, just sharing a little ongoing saga of mine.
A few months ago the driver's side window on our van stopped working. It won't go down at all. This stinks of course. It really stinks because the passenger side window doesn't work either. If you put it down there is a good chance it won't go up again. This isn't horrible in the summer, but this time of year I really don't want to get stuck with a window down driving around in the snow (what? snow? yeah, still hoping for one big snowstorm before spring).
So it should go without saying that I often feel a bit claustrophobic in my car.
But the whole driver's side window adds a whole other dilemma. Can anyone guess?
Ever try to go through a drive through without being able to put down your window?
I have! It's super fun!
My sister in law shared with me over Christmas that the same thing happened to them in their van (different models, don't worry) and she said because of it she doesn't go through drive through fast food anymore.
It was at that point that I realized that I must have no shame. Because it hasn't stopped me at all. I have not stopped making trips through the Chick Fil A drive through, in fact I added the occasional Dunkin' Donuts and McDonald's run but that is purely due to my Keurig being on the fritz (that could and should be a post in it's own) and Wawa discontinuing their any size coffee for $1 deal.
In fact I usually completely forget that I can't put my window down until I get up to the pick up window and have to remember to pull up an extra six inches or so so they can open the window and I can get the goods.
Yeah, I've perfected it! And yes, I've realized that I clearly have no shame.
Deep down I'd like to think that they remember me with fondness.