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Sunday, November 08, 2009

Beautiful Sunday Advice

I don't know about where you are, but here in my undisclosed location, the weather is fantastic today. While I have a few inside things to take care of, I'm also planning on taking the camera for a walk to the lake and spending as much time as possible doing necessary computer work from the back porch.

But a note of caution when you're out enjoying this lovely weather.

If you are trying to turn left onto a busy street with poor visibility and no stop signs, be careful what you say when a big truck pulls up on your right, making it impossible to see around him.

Because your windows are open.

And he can hear you.

Not that it makes him any less of what you muttered quietly under your breath blurted out rather loudly. Just, you know, he can hear you. And will remind you about those open windows.

Just a little hypothetical situation advice from your pal Cate.

You're welcome.

8 comments:

Nessa said...

I'd be muttering too, but good advice on the window situation.

Sunny Sunday #5 - Paper Sol

Seansmoma said...

Oh no! How embarrassing. Although amusing after the fact. :) Enjoy your Sunday!

That corgi :) said...

sounds like a great way to spend a part of the day (walking around the lake in your undisclosed neck of the woods :)

here in vast Southern California it is a lovely weather day, sunny and perhaps 75 degrees :)

LOL about the truck incident; hypothetical of course

betty

Jessica said...

Awesome Advice.

--Make sure window is rolled up before calling inconsiderate truck driver a filthy scumbag.

Check!

jabblog said...

Shut the windows indeed - but some people are very good at lip-reading . . . and most epithets are short, sharp and consist of 'explosive' (and therefore easily read) consonants;-)

Margaret said...

Thank you for the great advice!!!! LOL that happens to me all the time and I don't care if they hear or not!

Matty said...

We had an unusually warm day here in undisclosed Blue Bell, Pa. Rode John Deere around the yard picking up the 400 go-zillion leaves. And I didn't even pull out in front of anyone.

C. Beth said...

Now I totally want to know what you said. Would it have been enough to get you kicked out of Sears?