Despite all our afflictions, we have made it back home again. Note to self: Don't travel the roads during Easter weekend! Everything in the house is fine, but much yardwork needs to be done. We've also been up to Ticonderoga, where things seemed to have weathered the winter just as well....all except the Thunderbird that refused to run and may need a new fuel pump. It was blocking my PT Cruiser Convertible in the garage, so we pushed it out to get the other car out to take home. Dave ran downtown to put it on the road, only to find that DMV was closed because the computers weren't working.😠 So we pushed the T-Bird back into the garage first, then parked the PT, and we cruised on home in "Marilyn", Mom's 2002 Buick Century that we purchased from her and drove back from Florida. Dave remembers Mom and Dad showing us the car at the dealership and always liked it. When Mom said she really wanted it to stay in the family and none of my siblings wanted it, we added it to our fleet. It is a fantastic car for long distance trips, and now our 1995 GMC van can be relieved of the duty of traversing the I 95 corridor. As an added bonus (besides dual air/heat control and my favorite...the visor extensions), the stereo system is awesome and what a concert hall we had going in all that stop and go traffic on the way home. Heck, it not only plays all our aging CDs, it also plays cassette tapes that we still have a few of in the old van!
This will be my last blog post for awhile unless something exciting happens. As my mother's saying goes, "it's all routine stuff." Enjoy the spring!