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Time for a Lemon and some Tea!

Thursday, September 17, 2015

I am a little disappointed in myself today for doing such a small work out, but I am just not feeling it today. I'm trying to keep a positive attitude, and I am really not feeling negative, but I just feel a little off. My cold is getting to me, and I have that fuzzy headed feeling. There is something wrong with my car, and I'm afraid to drive it. I push on the accelerator, and sometimes the car will barely move. I'm afraid I'll get stuck in the middle of a busy intersection or something. My boyfriend is going to call the mechanic he knows, when he gets off work. Hopefully it's nothing too expensive. I think I might have a nice cup of tea, and watch a movie or something. I guess I shouldn't be disappointed. At least I did some exercise. Maybe a little rest isn't a bad thing, and will help my body get over this cold faster. I think I'll eat a lemon too, for some extra vitamin C. Lemons always cheer me right up. Yummy! I'm smiling already!
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    Btw, no, the brake isn't on. Even though that would be super embarrassing, I wish that was the problem! Lol
    1712 days ago
    My first thought was something to do with the fuel, like hopefully, just the filter, and not the pump. I checked, and it's got plenty of transmission fluid. We dropped it off at the mechanics last night, and he should be calling me later today. I'm really hoping it isn't too bad. We don't have much money, and being out a car would have a huge impact on our lives. I'm just trying not to panic, and telling myself, we will work it out, no matter what.
    1712 days ago
    Hope you will soon be better
    1712 days ago
    Sure the brake isnt on? ;) otherwise low transmission fluid or transmission is shot :(
    1712 days ago
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