I think Pit Bull must have a very high ownership interest in Pandora. He is freaking every other song it seems no matter which of my three stations I pick. I mean, I'm fine with an occasional Pit Bull song. I think a reasonable ratio might be once every 100 songs? But he seems to be about every 10th song. Maybe even more. Definitely too much.
I think I'm only just now realizing this because I'm listening to more Pandora lately. The only time I listen to Pandora is in the locker room at work while I'm getting dressed. And I'm spending a lot more time there it seems because I am officially car-less!
Sold my sweet baby this week and haven't got a new one yet. Yikes! So I'm run commuting by necessity, which is all fun and good for a few days, but I think my husband will get irritated with ride sharing by the middle of next week if this hasn't been sorted out yet. And maybe I'm giving him too much credit, he might be irritated by the middle of this weekend, depending on how much schedule coordination has to occur.
One of his co-workers bought my car, which is maybe less anxiety-ridden than it would otherwise be. The night he bought it, there were random storms later in the evening. The new buyer told me he was going to keep my car (well, his car if we're being technical) in his garage. When I saw on the news that some parts of the metroplex saw hail in that storm, I started texting him repeatedly to get confirmation that my car was okay and hadn't been left outside.
Then I called him again the next morning to make sure everything was still okay, and he said something along the lines of "you know, at some point, something might happen to the car, and you're going to have to be okay with it."
I was tempted to tear up his check and seize back my car. WTH??? I only sold it to him because he promised to love it and take good care of it. I should have demanded that he kiss it upon accepting ownership (I kissed it goodbye repeatedly).
I told him that I expect the car to be kept safe and protected for at least 4.75 years, until its 21st birthday, and he should exercise extreme caution to avoid exposure to hail, door dings, road debris, and accidents for at least the next 5 years. I don't think I'm being unreasonable here.