The other day I was in a hurry to get somewhere, as usual, probably late to horseback riding lessons or dance or work or something and the car in front of me just WOULD NOT go.  If I could have pushed them along with the bumper of my car firmly pressed against the bumper of their car without fear of litigation or arrest, I would have done it.  When I finally got around them, I just had to see who was holding me up.  I didn’t get a great look at this person who was determined to wreck my day by doing the speed limit, but I did notice that they were sitting so close to the steering wheel that they could probably smell and taste it.  Then it hit me.  With the exception of actual race car drivers, the closer somebody sits to the steering wheel, the slower they will go. It’s just a fact.  Observe it the next time you are on the road.

I am adding this as one of my personal truths, right behind 1) bongos make every song better and 2) limes are an underrated accompaniment to all drinks and dishes and 3) spring is the absolute best season of the year-hands down

What about you?  Do you have any personal truths?  I would love to hear about them!.


By Jennifer



1 comment on Observations

  1. Lauren
    July 2, 2013 at 6:15 am (5 years ago)

    I like your personal truths, especially 1 and 2! However, since I am a Carolina gardener, my preferred season has to be autumn due to the garden bursting with color and yummy vegetables!

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