I should know that when things are going well, that bad is just around the corner. Since Andy and I have been married, that's the pattern of our lives. The bad is never anything too terrible (not often, anyway) but usually something dealing with finances, relationships, or our cars (which usually leads to finances). SOOOOOOOO guess which one it is this time? haha. Cars.
Remember when Andy hit the deer, right before Matthew was born? Well, the car has been hurt yet again. This time he hit a pothole (hmm going too fast perhaps?) and blew TWO tires and dented TWO rims. So, he decided he needs to just replace all four of EVERYTHING. I wonder if he realizes that money doesn't grow on trees? Anyway, he is getting rims that he describes as being "hot," and those thin tires seen usually on sporty cars. Mind you, he does NOT have a sports car. He wishes. He has "pimped his ride" some, but it's still just a plain ol' Honda Accord. NOT a Honda S2000. Besides if it were a S2000, it would be my car. haha. Needless to say, we've put more money into this stupid car in the last three months than I even want to think about.
Next.... MY CAR. AH! My baby, my Jeep, my lovemobile (I call it this because I love it so much... not for any other reason... haha)..... Looks like her transmission is going. The car is very jumpy and doesn't like changing gears. Oh we can get a new transmission for $1,000 or so, but why would I do that when we only paid $6,000 for the car and with the high mileage that is on it. I don't want a new(er) car. :( I want my baby to be better. Hopefully it won't have to be replaced; the husband still needs to take a look at everything. Maybe it's something less severe?!
Third- hmm...can I use someone else's ailment if it impacts my life too? lol If so, then I have three. If not, then I don't want to know what else is going to happen.