Wednesday, July 30, 2014

Driving On Empty Two Miles from Home

When I got my first car, I think I was about 19. It was an OLD car, and nobody told me how to take care of it. Car maintenance? What's that? Don't you just put gas in it occasionally? When people don't teach you about things with which you've never had any experience, you tend to run out of gas, have the engine blow due to lack of oil, or experience all kinds of mishaps.

But when you become an adult, you know how to take care of your car – usually – unless something mysterious happens. Please read, 0 Miles to E – OH MY! to find out what happened when I had to pray my way to the gas station driving on empty for two miles.

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1 comment:

  1. That is a wisely measured take on things, Theresa. Cars may have their inherent flaws, depending on their origin or age, but it's up to you whether or not you will let your car be overtaken by its errors. As long as cleaners and spare parts are on the ready, you can settle all that in a jiffy and truly make your vehicle something of lasting worth. Kudos!

    Abraham Yates @ Apache Oil Company