Sunday, April 3, 2016

Almost home!

Machines, as with the body, are only as strong as its weakest link. A mere fuse literally stopped us last night, fortunately as we were exiting the interstate.

Long story short, MM was able to diagnose and fix the problem, although it was a bugger to find.

By then it was very late, so since it was not a busy ramp and we were well out of the way of anyone, we crawled in bed and slept.

We are now going through Atlanta, and seeing some crazy driving! Home soon.

I'm grateful that MM is an excellent driver, but I'm still gonna be spotting for him!

Have yourselves a ginger peachy day. Ours will be sweet in about two hours!


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6 comments:

Sandee said...

I'm glad you got it fixed and are on your way home. Safe travels. I know you'll be happy to be home and stretch out for a change.

Have a fabulous day honey. Big hugs to you and tons of scritches to the babies. ♥♥♥

Jean(ie) said...

Ugh. Fuses happen! By now you're nestled into your warm cozy bed. Welcome home!

Barb said...

Well, bugger. But at least you had your very own other bed handy. Surely you're home by now and sleeping snug as a bug... in your OTHER other very own bed.

Mayberry has no doubt already put out a very nice Welcome Mat for you! Enjoy!

big hugs xoxo

Paul Pietrangelo said...

Fuses are so tiny but so large in importance. Glad that things were fixed and you were back on the road after some sleep. I agree with you Sandy, there are people on the roads today that just don't know how to drive. You have to watch the crazy one on the roads today. I have a Cameo, a sports car and I know I can go fast with it but why? I just love the appearance and feeling of it. Not the speed but thank goodness that I can jump it when I need to ( like those idiots in front of me and behind me )

Keep safe Sandy so that you and your hubby can get home safe & sound. See ya.

Cruisin Paul

Joy said...

Glad you were off the interstate (barely) when this happened, and that it was nothing worse than a fuse. Still an inconvenience but you made the best of it and got home. Sure was good to see you today!

LAC said...

Glad it was safely fixed. Hope you arrived safely and are settling in.