Some things I hate...

I have been trying to post for at least a week, but my computer wasn't cooperating which leads me to my post today. I don't want to sound like a pessimist, but I have to get just a few things off my chest. Here are a few things in this world that gets me so mad!
First, I hate it when my computer is not cooperating, and when it is slow. Don't get me wrong, I love technology and how it has enhanced my life, but when it runs slow or when you try to post an article on your blog and it won't let you or the computer just turns off in the middle of something important.

Second, I hate going to the dentist! Don't get me wrong, the dentist I have now is probably the best I have had, but I just hate going. Here are a few reasons why. I hate the metal instrument that they use to scrape off the plaque from my teeth. The sound and the feeling is like scratching my nails on a chalkboard. Oh, I can't stand it! And, it doesn't matter how much I brush and floss my teeth, the dentist always finds a cavity. You know what that means, another appointment, a few shots in the mouth, a lot of stuff going on in my little mouth, and half my face is numb for about 2-3 hours. I know that every time I go to the dentist, money is coming out of my pocket even with good insurance.

I hate taking my car to the mechanic! Again, I have nothing against the mechanic, I mean, I have known him for over 20 years. Glenn Mitchell is his name. The Warner’s and Mitchell’s have been on numerous trips and camping outings. We go to Bear Lake every summer, and we still celebrate Halloween together by eating chili and watching a scary movie a couple days before the holiday. I love Glenn; I just know every time I drop off my car, it is going to cost me more than $200. Just the other day, my great little 97 Nissan Maxima wouldn't start, and it had been occasionally misfiring. So I take it in, and I get the dreaded phone call-what the problems are and how much it is going to cost. They told what was wrong and that is was going to cost $825. My chin dropped! I couldn't believe what I was hearing. I knew it was going to be expensive but not $825. There was no way Emily and I could afford that. I told them to do only the important stuff with the cheapest parts which lowered the price quite a bit. I paid the Sav-Mor Auto, and I took my car hoping that I would have to return ever!!