22 February 2006

Well, while we're sharing funny stories about Brian I have one of my own to tell. Last night while I was putting up my post Brian was dropping off some of our purchases at the car (we were downtown at the library). Soon enough he came up to me looking like something was wrong, still holding the bags in his hand. Sure enough, he had locked the keys in the car. Left them right there in the ignition. (note that we now have a lockable gas cap, a key to the "club" and a key to lock the chain holding the spare tire into the trunk, along with a house key on the keychain. So it's not easy to miss) Anyway, I sent Brian off to find the security guard who gave him a hanger to try to break into the car. After all, other people have broken into it, it can't be THAT hard, right? After a few minutes he comes back with the hanger, not looking like he had made much progress. And the first words out of his mouth were "well, you're not doing anything." (We can all picture this, right?) So I take the hanger and stomp out to the car park. About 2 1/2 minutes later (I have just confirmed this time with Brian, I am not exaggerating) I return, triumphant, with keys in hand. So if you ever want to steal a car, give me a call!

6 Comments:

Anonymous mom l. said...

We're so proud! If you ever tire of nursing it is nice to have another skill.

22 February, 2006 06:30  
Blogger Erin said...

Hmmm... Have you guys ever considered public transportation? ;)

22 February, 2006 07:12  
Anonymous Carrie said...

You go girl!!!!

22 February, 2006 08:19  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Have a great time for the remainder of your time in paradise.

Love,

Margaret and Jerry

22 February, 2006 20:06  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

And who said you can't learn something from the prisoners on 8WD.
Cortney

23 February, 2006 09:08  
Anonymous Heather Thiel said...

Brian and Kate-Those pictures are breathtaking!! I am glad you guys are able to see and do so much while you're there. Keep on having so much fun... are not missing anything here. Safe travels, happy trails and many laughs.
Heather

24 February, 2006 08:04  

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