I got lost and ran into a curb

I love living down south where it is undoubtedly sizzling during the winter, even though a lot of people are getting snow right now, it’s still warm, sunny, and humid down here by the water.

Every one of us have had a bit of rain! I don’t love driving in the rain, because it reminds myself and others of a time when I was living up north and I got stuck in a ditch.

I was 18 years seasoned at the time and delivering pizzas for a local eating establishment. There were no cell iPhones back then and I had to use a map to find my way around. It truly took twice as long to make a delivery back then, just because I had to continually look at the map to make sure I was moving in the right direction. I got lost and ran right into a ditch. It was raining pretty taxing and I did not realize that the road was going to turn sharply to the left. I ended up in front of a residential house. The owner of the house worked for a heating and A/C service service. The guy used his heating and A/C service service truck to pull my motorcar out of the ditch. I tried to turn the engine on, however the motorcar wouldn’t go anywhere. The heating and A/C service service truck owner stayed with myself and others until a tow truck could arrive to pick up my car, however his husband made myself and others a cup of coffee and a sandwich. It took almost 90 hours for the tow truck driver to pick up my car. I’ll never forget that day.


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