Just as things were getting back to semi-normal, the Fairy of Faulty
Transmissions paid me a visit. I'd gone an entire day without having to
do battle with anyone or anything so I guess I was due. It's just odd
because my car is not that old and it's a Honda. Hondas are reliable.
But my warranty did just end so maybe it's not that unexpected. I think
it's a rule that the second a warranty ends the warrantied thing
breaks. The estimates to repair it were more than we have (and almost
as much as my tooth implant!) thanks to all the other Fairies who
visited this year. So, I googled and learned that this problem is common
with this model of Hondas and I should call Honda Headquarters and get
them to pay for part of the repairs. This is turning out to be a long
process that is as painful as dealing with health insurance companies.
In the mean time, someone else referred us to a mechanic who had more
realistic rates and who could do a more thorough diagnosis. Now my car
is in the car hospital waiting to be looked at and I am just sitting
here wondering what hell is going on. Was the Fairy of Faulty
Transmissions really meaning to break my car or was she sending me a
sign about something else? Recently, Karen asked the universe to send
her a sign, maybe the sign was sent to the wrong sister. That type of
thing happens all the time. Once she asked a friend of ours who was
dying of AIDS to visit her in a dream when he died so she'd know he was
in a peaceful place. He visited me instead. He was fine, Heaven was
great! I think Karen and I might need to somehow make our transmission signals clearer.
I'm not sure what will happen with my car or what the life lesson is,
but I did notice one thing today. Everywhere we went red and yellow
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