Monday, August 27, 2007

Ahh, so many tales of glory--so little motivation

Well kids, I got hit today by a man who "left his license and registration at home" (And when I say I got hit, I mean my darling Constantine Radcliffe-Villanove [CR-V] got hit) I am not even certain that he was an actual alien of this fine country (for those of you who are worried that this isn't PC. Just know that I whispered that last sentence so everything is good). And he doesn't work, but collects disability. Will Constantine ever recover? I don't know but I am suddenly enraged.

ALSO, and in more horrifying news. Today I planned to once again partake the sweetness that is the Caramel Apple Pie at Gurus. Oh, guess what? The recipe is no longer wonderful and delicious. The crust which was once ooey and gooey and much the consistency of an apple crisp has been replaced by regular pie crust. What a waste! I might as well have gone to Costco to get some frozen yogurt because I know it would have been more enjoyable.

What else can I complain about while I have you all captive? Hmmm...the students are back in P-town and with them even more horrible driving. That is about it, getting in car accidents puts me in a bad mood apparently but on the upside at least I updated!

3 comments:

Darbleyg said...

This is why I advocate the Death Penalty for anyone who doesn't purchase uninsured motorist coverage. What are the odds that if you get hit by another car it is going to be an uninsured driver of dubious immigration status.

smithfieldman said...

So much better than I expected and you know how my expectations were. I think the odds of getting by another UIDI are pretty good in Utah, even better if you take a road trip to Southern Cali. Just saying.
COme to K-can for some fine apple crisp!

The Rage said...

Well, so far I think that Constantine has survived. I am proud to say that you showed true spirit when you gave the other motorist a little piece of "the finest mind on the planet" (to take a well known phrase from the last accident you were in, courtesy of me). So we live another day to fight the UIDI of Utah, how many promises were broken???