. . but I’m laughing a whole lot!
The setup in this house . . well, you can see it here . . the fateful day Google took the picture of my house with the garbage can out front.
I’ve added names to the garage doors so you can see where we all park. Vince parked his pickup behind the Honda. I never quite figured that out because if we were ever going to use another vehicle, it was the Honda which meant the pickup had to be moved but if he parked it behind the Toyota, we were afraid Chad would hit the pickup as he was backing out. I always thought the Toyota should have been parked where Chad’s car was parked, with the Honda in the middle and Chad park where the Honda is parked and Vince could park behind the Toyota since it never gets used. But, when we first moved here we didn’t have the Toyota and Vince parked the pickup in the garage where the Toyota now resides. Who would have thought having one vehicle more than you have garage space for could be such a problem? Well, there is the downstairs garage but you know what it looks like! You don’t know what it looks like?
Anyone see any room in there for parking a vehicle? OK . . Back to the upstairs garage. On Sunday night, the trash toter gets hauled around to the front. For two years now, Vince has said “Chad is going to hit that trash can! He backs up without paying any attention at all!” Grumble, grumble, grumble!
With Chad gone, Vince has been parking his pickup in Chad’s spot in the garage. This morning was the third Monday that Vince has been parking in the garage. Guess who backed out, hit the trash can and ripped the mirror off his pickup this morning? That means that two Mondays he made it out of the garage without hitting the trash can . . just two mornings! It was really hard for me not to laugh . . only because Vince has been so sure Chad was going to hit the trash can and he never did. Vince said “From now on, I’m parking the trash can on the grass!” Great idea!
There’s good news though. Vince took his pickup to the body shop this morning, the new mirror will be here and installed tomorrow and the body shop has had a part in for my car for months and I’ve just never gotten around to getting it back in there for them to work on it. I still have a wind whistle after my accident in July and they’ll fix it this week too. We’ll get both vehicles in to the body shop this week and get them fixed. I never think about my wind noise til I’m on the highway . . which rarely happens since I mostly drive the Toyota when I’m traveling. It will be nice to get the wind noise fixed on the Honda because I do love that car!