Car door opens just fine. I got in and it closed just fine. Success, no door issues! When I got to work I have the same issue as the night before. I can’t open the door. This time I even roll down the window and try to open the door from the outside. No go, off to the passenger side to get out. Hope no one I work with sees me doing this …..
All is well once I am inside my office.
Sprint sent me a love note telling me that I am about to run out of roaming data minutes. I call them and explain I am in Montana and will be here for some time. After thirty minutes the answer is once I hit my roaming limit on an “unlimited data” plan they will just turn my data off until the first of the next month.
Go out to the car. Holding breath….door works fine. I need to get the snow off the windows. Front and back wipers do just fine. Rolling all the windows down some I find that the driver window is not working. Then as I start the car the “engine needs service soon” light comes on. Come on get me home…..Thank the Lord I get home just fine.
Now this may look like a perfect winter post card picture, but not as much fun when your car door will not close.
- Plan one is to hold the door by the inside handle and drive…….didn’t work because the inside lights kept coming on plus a bump would cause the door to open some letting cold wind and snow in the car.
- Plan two is to pull the door closed as much as possible with one hand and press the door lock with the other. This worked, but the door is not close and is rattling something bad. I think the door could just swing open as I am going down the hill. I stop and pull as hard as I can with both hands the the door closes. Success!!!
Once I am home I am in for another surprise. I can’t open the door! I have to crawl over to the passenger side to get out.
The view from my office window.
Walked past this on the way to lunch today.
Odd going out and seeing the moon so high as I am leaving for work.
HR offices for check in.
And my new office….
Taking Janet to the airport and saying goodbye was so sad. When she waved to me from the other side of TSA and walked around the corner it felt like everything inside of me just melted into nothingness.
A little hard to see but people are kite boarding on the snow. David (my friend and family by marriage) has to try this.
We are rolling in from Livingston on the way to Gardiner. Man, this road has some bad traffic.
My new home.
Janet makes it all cozy inside.
My new driveway and view.
Oh, and my new neighbors.