sandtoesha

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My car lives…

So I thought my car had died for good but turns out it was just the battery so my baby lives to roll another day. In the process, I’ve learned a few things:

Don’t spend $50 to tow the car until you try the jump start. Even if you are sure it’s not the battery, jump start the car just in case.

Don’t wear $300 boots in the rain when you are taking transit all day.

Honda was a good car … the new ones are ugly and the sales people suck. Don’t tell me that poor visability doesn’t matter because “how often do you really back up?”.

Mini’s are over priced but damn cute. I can’t believe I’ve fallen victim to good branding.

I’d like to say that I’ve learned how the whole bus transfer thing works, but I can’t. I was that person holding up the line, trying to figure out how to put the transfer in the machine.

Transit. Not fun. Rain plus transit = hell.

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