Way to go, P:p
Way to go, P:p
Good work, P. Enjoy your awesome day!
A little celebratory tune, a little man candy...
Happy dance now everyone. :cool:
W00t! That;'s awesome, chica!
Mark Wahlberg is creepy to me after watching Fear. I can't even watch Boogie Nights without being creeped out by him.
So I hit the gym at 7:15 this am for a bicep / tricep workout with my friend Joe and then the cardio kick class with his sister Cindy. I call it my Saturday B(last name) Beat Down. I love them both.
EDIT: I Burned 532 calories. This is by far my biggest burn day, because I have time to spend 2.5 hrs at the gym. Funny, Sometimes I get home from the gym on Saturdays and my men are just getting up, the bums.
Happy Low Day!!!!!!
[QUOTE=athomeontherange;1073101]Don't you hate car trouble?? My car is in the shop now having the computer programmed because the computer is not talking to the censors so I have a nonstop check engine light on when nothing is wrong. Grrr.. $100 for Nissan'a mistake that they will not recall![/QUOTE]
interesting........ I have a 2005 Nissan Pathfinder. I LOVE this car! but its doing weird things right now. First - even though the gas tank just got filled - the gauge says 1/4 tank. And, the electronic jobby that tells me things like trip miles, mpg, and such is not working on the dte (distance to empty) mode. And just today - after filling the tank - the Service Engine Soon light came on. I need to take it in and see what "codes" come up I guess. Darn car! Good thing I have hubby's truck for the weekend. I'm sure the car is fine to drive - but if it has some kind of computer issue - you never know when the whole thing might shut down - so I would rather not be driving somewhere and have it break down. Hubby is 4 hours away.
Let me know what you find out.............
Yeah, Pebbles! :) Good job on all counts!
Tomi, I'm not really good with modern cars, but since all those things are pretty related, with the main point seeming like it's the issue with the tank reading as only 1/4 full, it might just be a loose wire. Fingers crossed that it's as simple as that!