Anywho, he *really* didn't want to do it. There was a little gnashing of teeth and maybe a few tears, mixed with a whole lot of "I don't wanna."
I promised him I'd pick him up something special today. He was appeased slightly.
Off I went to work. I was cruising along on the highway when I saw something brown-reddish out of the corner of my right eye. I glanced over just in time to see a bird the size of a chicken fly into the passenger window of my car.
Never in my driving career has a bird decided to fly into my car like that. Ugh.
When I got to work I inspected the impact area. To my relief there was no damage.
And then I shifted myself and looked at my side mirror. Oh-em-gee! The whole outer shell of my mirror is gone.
When I took a second look at the mirror when I was in my car I realized the whole thing has shifted some how. I haven't tried to adjust the mirror yet and I can't see if the defrost works.
I spent most of the day fretting over the potential cost of having to replace the mirror. Because, the more I thought about this, I figured I would most likely have to replace the whole thing.
Fortunately my guy has good google-fu when it comes to finding deals. He was able to find a replacement part for much less than I thought it would be. There is a youtube video where someone explains how to replace the mirror. Fingers crossed for me please.
Work was fairly quiet. I made myself go out at lunch time and the sun was out. The temps were over 30 degrees F and the snow was a bit melty. If I didn't know better I would have sworn it was spring time.
The special goody I got my son? A brownie box mix. He was a happy camper when I pulled the brownies out of the oven. I had only a small nibble.
My son told me tonite that he didn't make it all the way through the spelling bee. He got flubbed up on the word "truffle." I'm proud of him.
A few days ago I started my shawl. I'm four repeats into a 10 repeat pattern.
I've tried doing a little bit more tatting but I haven't been successful with anything yet. The pieces haven't turned out right or something weird happened while I was pulling the thread through the stitches.