You know lately I had been thinking Life, what should I blog about?
There's only so many episodes of Heros I can watch in one night and there's only so many ballet terms you'll try to read before getting bored. That wasn't leaving me with a lot of content to use in blogging.
Today, friends, I taught a great petite jete combination! Nothing like some entrechat quatres to get a Thursday going!
On last night's episode of Heros...hashtag: 9 years late to the Heros game.
Last Friday Life stepped in to help me and man, I am so thankful for that. You see, last Friday I was on the way to teach my second class of the day when Life put a bug on my dashboard. A bug! Yuck! I mean, I know my car is dirty and I know that ants crawl on the outside, but an inside car bug? No. So I went to smash it. Obviously.
Instead I smashed into a curb. And gashed my tire. And lost my hub cap. And slowly chugga-chugged along into the nearest parking lot. And then ran back across the road to pick up my hub cap. Ain't nobody got time to be buying new hub caps. A kind woman in the parking lot informed me that my tire was flat.
Freaking fuh-lat. Yeah, kinda figured that when I Jackie Chan'd my car up onto a curb.
Luckily (remember now, there are two kinds of luck) there was a tire shop half a mile away. 15 minutes of driving 2MPH, 10 honks from other cars, 8 major freak outs to Freddie on the phone, and 1 traffic build-up on Mt. Pleasant's busiest highway later, I made it to Tire Kingdom. And yes, it was a beacon of glorious kingdom-ly hope in my darkest flat tire time.
The Tire Kingdom men joked about those darn curbs coming up outta nowhere and how they were going to talk to DOT for me to get them to stop putting curbs up in the middle of the road, yadda yadda yadda, basically I love the Tire Kingdom men for joking with me otherwise I probably would have cried and hidden in our apartment all weekend in fear that someone would recognize that idiot car that backed up Highway 17 on Friday.
But now I've got a new tire and fancy fixed alignment so recognize the idiot car all you want, people. I don't care. I've learned my lesson and I will not be killing anymore teeny tiny bugs on my dashboard.
...because hopefully the bugs have learned their lesson and will stay out of my car, thankyaverymuch.
When Life gives you a flat tire and embarrassing experiences make blog posts. Because laughing is more fun than crying and hiding.
I didn't manage to get any pictures of the experience. I know, pathetic. Pretty sure Life gave me this experience so that I would take pictures for your viewing pleasure. But instead picture this:
this is what my tire looked like:
for realsies. size and everything.
and this is what my overall demeanor looked like:
and this is what makes me feel better about running across the street for my hub cap:
and this is what the men at Tire Kingdom wanted to look like:
and this is how I felt like the traffic looked like behind my slow-like-molasses car:
There. The End.