March 6, 2014
I'm having a love hate relationship with the pothole repair crew that seem to follow me one step ahead every route I need to drive on. One pothole can bring miles and miles of stuck traffic, much to the dismay of many drivers. On a positive note, it's tax dollars hard at work, and one less pot hole means your car has a better chance of staying aligned; being stuck for this reason is a lot better than being stuck due to a car accident.
Yesterday, one little pot hole really messed up my morning commute. Why they schedule road construction for 8 AM is beyond me, but it was much worse for Vickie in the blue Honda CRV. She was going no where fast, and in no mood to wait. Switching lanes as often as she could and moving in inches was making her furious. We drivers behind her could only be amused by her hand gestures and severe anger, which was way beyond road rage. I know more about Vickie than the make and model of her car, she sells Avon, and I know her website and phone number thanks to the large magnetic sign she had on the back of her car (really this sign was large.) The guy stuck in the car next to me gestured that we should call her. I thought about a plan to drench her in kindness, as the opposite response in situations like this always tends to blow peoples minds. But wouldn't you know it, good ole Vickie made her way over to the shoulder, and was literally driving on an embankment to get to whatever appointment she needed to keep, and when a woman is in that much of a hurry I know one thing, she doesn't need a phone call from me.
She buzz words
She Could be Working at a
Ice Cream Shop
Internet Media Buying Agency
Wedding Dress Store
She Could be a
• Car-seat heaters
• Ticket Stub Diary: perfect to keep track of all the fun shows she sees this year.
Cleaning out the closet is a popular winter activity and she is putting her old stuff to
good use! Here are some suggestions on ways to recycle and help others:
• Nike makes basketball courts and football fields with old tennis shoes at
• Used eyeglasses can be given to needy people at www.givethegiftofsight.org
• Local schools could benefit from a used desktop or laptop at www.epa.gov/ epaoswer
• Appliances can be recycled by turning the steel into a more energy-efficient product at www.aham.org
• She can also give her stuff away for free (or find a little treasure) at
www.freecycle.org, where over 4 million people list items they no longer want.
• Get more She Prep at www.ShePrep.com