You know Vince had a blowout on the way to Texas. The rim was ruined, the screws that hold the back bumper on were torn out, the fender was ripped loose and the piece that covers the gas line was torn off. Vince picked it up when he was changing the tire and brought it and the Honda people were able to put new screws in that.
After he got here, he took the car to the mechanic and had them go over everything to make sure it was still a decent vehicle before spending money on new tires and the body work.
Sunday he went out to run errands. His phone wasn’t holding a charge so he went by the phone place that is supposed to fix phones but a new battery was too expensive so he went to Target and bought a new phone. I’m not sure where else he went.
Yesterday he went to Discount Tire to get new tires and a new rim for the spare. Then he had more errands to run but while at Discount Tire, he noticed his car had been keyed so it probably happened at the phone store or Target.
I was going out to the fridge in the garage just as he was opening the garage door so I stayed out. He got out of the car and he said “Someone keyed my car!” I thought he said “Someone peed in my car.” I said “It had to be Boots!” He looked at me funny and said “Go around to the back passenger door!”
I thought that was weird because Boots was riding in the front passenger seat. His car stays in the garage at night so I couldn’t imagine that someone would have gotten in his car and peed!
Then I saw his door and realized he said “keyed” . . not “peed”. Oh goodness . . it’s a good thing we can laugh at ourselves.
I said “What are you going to do?”
He said “I’ll fix it!”
I said “Don’t you want to call Jeff (our paint & body guy) and let him do it?” Nope . . for $5 Vince can fix it! OK. There’s a reason why we drive old cars!