Best time for car to cut down

I hate when people have something awful happen to them and their immediate response is something about how “it couldn’t have happened at a worse time.” I feel like that is a surefire way to feel awful for yourself.

Even if the event is unblessed and unwanted, the truth is that there’s no such thing as a “good time” for something to cut down or go awry.

Maybe this week was a awful time to be late to work, but tomorrow would really be a awful one too – don’t get too salty about the circumstances, then all the being said, I think my car broke down at the best time possible the other week, you see, my aged car randomly had a few dashboard lights on and didn’t want to start up one morning. It was terrible timing, as I was on my way to work already, despite the fact that I dealt with the immediate hurdles and made plans to have my car fixed… Luckily for me, my guy is a master mechanic, and I knew he’d be able to work on the car. Luckily for him, the outdoor air temperature randomly rose about 20 degrees on the morning that the new car part arrived. Before, it had been a actually cold 30 degrees outside for many weeks. My buddy and I were running the heater every morning and dressing in several layers to get through the winter season temperatures, but when my car broke down my guy was actually skeptical of working on it out in the cold, however his fingers were so freezing that they wouldn’t even work! Thank god, by the time the new part had been shipped and arrived at our dwelling my buddy and I had a hot front suddenly pass through the area. It jumped to 79 degrees yeahterday, and my guy finished working on my car in record time.

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