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Today I changed my first tire!

Tuesday, March 06, 2012

I stepped outside into the sunny morning,full of piss and grits(my grammy always said that)Ready to start my day..I was meeting a friend for coffee,shopping and lunch afterward..That WAS the plan until I looked down to see my tire as flat as a pancake...The woman in me wanted to call my DH and have him run to my rescue but,I DID IT MYSELF!!!After some quick thinking and cheering from my DD the donut was safely in place!I took it to have new tires put on...My DH is still recovering from the fact I did it...LOL...I then looked at the sticker for inspection and it expired in January!!So two hours later I was rolling down the road...YAY ME...No more may-pops or police stopping me FEARS!!It's mY DH'S car that I rarely drive but it's gotten older so he took my car until he buys a new car!I havent gotten a chance to do any exercise and Im tired but ready to push myself some more.... emoticon emoticonSUSAN

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ARCHIMEDESII 3/7/2012 9:38AM

    GURL POWER !!! Great job ! Changing a tire isn't easy.

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SUECHRIS50 3/6/2012 9:53PM

    Trust me ya'll! If you dont have one of the lug nut removers shaped like an X, get one,it was so much easier than the one that came with the car!!

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    Way to go!

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CIRANDELLA 3/6/2012 6:02PM

    Atta girl, Susan! That's a real milestone - a real accomplishment - for us! And it's one I haven't managed yet :) So you've got my complete admiration!

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SUE5007 3/6/2012 5:40PM

    Changing a tire is a workout! Nice job!

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MAYBER 3/6/2012 5:19PM

    Thanks for sharing you accomplishments
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