Greetings everyone! I hope you had a chance to check out the informative guest post from Friday, Writing a Great Movie Review, with Wes Hemings. I learned a lot and got a few solid laughs out of it, so thanks again Wes.
Moving on to the random thought of the day: When you have to be without your car for a few days, and you live in a city with poor public transportation, you learn to appreciate your car, a lot. Even if your CD player sinks far into the dash because you installed it yourself and you couldn't find screws that were small enough to hold it in place and have been too lazy to go to Home Depot ever since. Even if it is still scraped because you let your cousin borrow it and they managed to not see the wall of the parking garage, thus a slight (3 foot) scrape that you didn't consider it worth fixing. Even if you have multiple bags of plastic recycling in your car that you keep meaning to take to a recycling facility/location. Even if all those conditions exist, you really learn to appreciate your car.
I miss you right now Burrito (my car's name). Come back home.