It’s difficult to tell, but Piper is in there too.
It reminds me of a time … oh, just this afternoon, when some kid in a zippy little car SLAMMED INTO THE BACK OF MY CAR on the highway and totaled it. “It” being my van. Or his car. Either way works, because both vehicles are toast :( I’m just waiting to hear back from my insurance company to confirm that the van is indeed a write off … the impact sheared off my back bumper, demolished the muffler and the back hatch won’t open no matter what strong fireman tugs on it.
I am super bummed about it. I was thinking just last week, while spending an ungodly amount of money to replace the wheel bearings in my van, that it would be totally paid off in a year. Now they’ll probably write it off, pay me next to nothing for it, and then I’ll have to use that as a down payment on another vehicle. The car payments in my life will never, ever end.
Thank doG the dogs were not in the vehicle at the time.
Thank you, Jebus!
I think it’s ironic that I drive a very long commute several times a week to work, but someone totals my car about a kilometer from my house on my day off. It’s funny. Ha. Ha. Whatever.
Anyway, instead of a post bragging on Tweed and Piper’s marvelous performances in Masters Standard at tonight’s trial, which should be in this spot, I’m nursing a rather sore neck and looking up medical clinics to visit tomorrow to get myself checked out. And I’m very grumpy. Only photos of a Wootie with a Flying Squirrel® for a face can make me smile.
Since it looks like I will probably need to get a new car, maybe one of you can suggest a good dog vehicle that will hold a number of crates, and isn’t too bad on gas mileage. One thing the Pontiac really sucked at was gas mileage. But I have 5 dogs (sometimes 6) and they must be crated in the car, so I know my options are limited. Any suggestions?