That was the question I was hoping to push off until 2015, but the Jackmobile has failed again. On my drive in this morning the TCS and Check Engine lights came on again ($550 wasted), this time joined by a flashing D, all of which point to the transmission (a-gain). I threw caution to the wind and drove all the way to the office with these warnings. I assume that I will be doing the same to a couple of car dealerships later this week. Where I am going to find the time to do this I am uncertain.
And I thought that yesterday was an expensive day…
Merry Christmas, Paulie!
Today, in addition to my enormous workload and the fact that we have our Holiday party tonight at Dave & Busters in Gwinnett, I will be spending some time on the internet researching cars again.
For last night’s final German class for this session we agreed to have a little party in addition to doing our work. While I was picking up the snacks at Trader Joe’s I considered also bringing some beer or wine, but since we had two people commit to that last week I thought it would be overkill.
The the instructor admitted to forgetting to buy his six-pack.
And then the other student who committed to brining alcohol didn’t show.
What’s a German celebration without alcohol? Scheisse!
Humorously a couple of other students were thinking of bringing alcohol but also didn’t for the same reason I had.
Next session I will commit to bringing the beer.