Friday, January 23, 2009

Rule #4

If you are driving to work when temperatures are below freezing, it may not be wise to spray washer fluid all over your windshield. It will freeze upon impact and you will barely make it to work alive.

When the cleaner cubes melt, however, you will have a shiny, clean windshield just in time for lunch.

7 comments:

Lauren said...

I am glad that I found your blog! I didn't realize you are in Charlotte too!

Enjoy your weekend!

THE Stephanie said...

Ahhh... good to know! I am, however, glad to DID make it to work alive! LOL

kelly said...

TOTALLY done that before. It's very embarrassing. I think I slipped on my shades right after that so no one could see me, even though it was dark and foggy that day. ha.

So glad to find your blog. :)

April said...

HAHA! You're funny and I totally get where you're comin from...

parkaveprincess said...

haha oh my gosh, I have the worst problems in the morning! I don't think ahead, so I end up leaving the house ice on my windshield that not even a little cold water could have taken away (but it wasn't cold enough to freeze here) and i'm in a rush so I have to leave! So i'm like practically standing up in my car trying to see out of the spots that are almost clear. It's so dangerous!

Pink Bliss said...

Hahaha! I do this at least twice a week! It is habit to push the wipers (too early on my way to work to realize what I am doing until it is too late)!!!!

Hope you are having a good weekend

Emily said...

I just read your comment on my blog and laughed out loud! So far I've avoided an illness from tainted crackers. But had I gotten sick, a boyfriend to take care of me would have been perfect!
And I love reading your blog too. If Anthropologie accepts your invitation to move in, let me know! I'd like to go as well!