Wednesday, April 27, 2011


First of all, I'm guessing the reason only one person so far has commented on yesterday's story about my Mom is because the other two to three hundred of you fell out of your chair laughing before you could click the Leave a Comment button. In the words of Mark A. (who is quoting words of Larry the Cable Guy), "I don't care who you are, that's funny!"

Now back to business. So Monday night, two more cars were broken into in my parking lot. LUCKY ME, I was not one of them. Guess the thief had seen enough of my car. Here's the deal, though: we found the common denominator. This is only happening on nights it is raining! Sneaky criminal. He knows the police can't fingerprint a wet car. So, we officially have a crime wave. We also have a rough description of the probably suspect, as one of the neighbors said he saw someone looking into one of the cars that was (later) broken into. Poor neighbors. All that was stolen from my car was CDs, my cell phone charger, my old (broken) Blackberry and my umbrella*. My neighbor had her GPS, iPod, car charger and car title stolen! I don't even want to know what kind of red tape it will take to get that worked out. Can't say they weren't warned though.

Maybe if my mom would come run around without her pants on, it would solve the problem.

*If you see someone carrying a Southern Living umbrella that looks like he probably doesn't read Southern Living, call the cops!


  1. I don't know what's better - no pants or eating bird eggs...

    Glad you aren't the only one being harassed by a theif.

  2. I had no words for the no pants story. I think that definitely needs to replace the current weirdest thing my mom's ever done story on the sidebar!! It's the funniest thing I've ever heard :)

  3. keeping car title in car = fail. I guess just in case she wanted to sell her car on a whim or pawn the title, BAM there it is.


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