Happy Spring! Last night we got One Billion inches of snow and the world stopped. March can kiss my saggy behind.
Annie is researching tires for the Duck. I think she has come to a decision, or at least the decision is in semi-finals. I hope she'll write about it, because if she leaves it to me things could get ugly. For example:
Tires, by Roxanne ("Le Canard")
Tires are important! Invented sometime after the wheel, tires are more than just elegant lawn accessories. Tires hold air and are way better than driving without themselves. If your tire goes flat, you will notice that things feel funny. If it goes flat FAST, you will notice a reduction of driving control all of a sudden and people will honk at you.
I have been using tires for a long time now. I have not changed a tire, but I have hired AAA to change a tire in my presence. My mother always said, "It's better to have enough money to pay someone else than to learn to do it yourself."
Tires are usually black, but I don't know why. It is the 21st century, and I don't know why we can have iShuffles in 14 colors but only black tires. Oh, and tires are rubber. That's why I know they're safe.
If you don't want to see this sort of thing, tell Annie to write about it.
Grant from Get Prepared Stuff wrote to me again. The dream lives! I have asked him to send me the discounted wringer, so Get Prepared for a whole LOTTA laundry blogging. [Get your cursor AWAY from the "unfollow" button.]