Well, the good news is my car can be fixed, so I am happy to report that I will have a car by next week.
The bad news is that my social butterfly scene has been curtailed as hubby has his car and I have none. (I have my bike, but I don’t think I’m up to a fifteen mile trek this afternoon.)

I was at the gym this morning and so I’m feeling a bit stiff. Our teacher seems to think we’re able to bend like pretzels. I stare at my toes. I know I can touch them (with my legs bent, crouched over…) but no! Straighten those legs! Now, grasp your ankles (huh? How about I grasp my knees?) And touch your toes. (Well, in my dreams.) She also decided that we needed to work out our arm muscles today. So now I’m sure of it – I have absolutely no arm muscles. How that lady in front of me kept turning her arms in circles when my whole back and shoulders had dissolved into burning pain I don’t know. I was so jealous – she must have been sixty and had these nice flat shoulder, back, and arm muscles. I comforted myself with the thought that she must have been a farmer’s wife and lifted cows all her life.

I will now go outside and admire the nicely mowed lawn. It’s a beautiful sunny day, and since I have no car and my social scene has evaporated, I will try and get some work done!