Another foggy cold morning.
The aroma of freshly brewed coffee enticed me from my warm bed.
It felt wonderful to enjoy a cup of hot coffee while sitting in front of the fire in my living room. It was still dark outside and so quiet.
A long leisurely morning was not in the cards as I had to leave early for the gym.
Driving there I noticed that my tire pressure readings were 32 per tire.
I know very little about tire pressure but I was nervous because 35 is the recommended tire pressure. I could just see me with a blow-out waiting for AAA on a really cold morning.
Also, I had planned a quick jaunt down the freeway later in the morning so this had to be resolved before I left home again.
At the gym my trainer worked me very hard as she was leaving for Japan for a couple of weeks. This took my mind off the problem.
Back in the car, one tire pressure had risen to 33…some improvement. Still, this was not enough to risk driving on the freeway.
So, driving home from the gym, I stopped by the local Shell station. As the attendant filled my tank, I asked her if she could help me put pressure in my tires. A skill not in my repertoire!
Long story short, she was so gracious and helped me fill all of the tires. I learned how to use the machine…easy peasy! I was so grateful to her! I felt so empowered!
This was a little victory that had a big impact on my day. It was a joy to drive knowing that my tires were fully inflated!
~Photo from Pexels.com~ This is not me. I dressed in warm layers and sensible shoes on this cold day.