Tuesday, March 13, 2007

No picture!

Today has been a busy day, including watching the new James Bond movie. I'm surprised at how long it was (almost 3 hours?) and yet it held my attention. :)

I also had my car's oil changed today - they said "missing oil cap". Can anybody tell me if this is really important, or is it just a little thing? I guess I mostly want to know if I should try to find a new cap before I go to Tucson on Thursday.

And I got gas. Ouch!! It was $2.54/gallon. Let me give you a little clue how infrequently I fill my car... last time I paid only $2.04/gallon. :P



QuiltingFitzy said...

Yes, you do need an oil cap, you can go to the auto parts store and tell them what year/make/model of your car and they should fix you right up.

OMG, I paid $3.19 last night for my gasoline!!!

Chrissie said...

I'll tell you my experiences with oil caps:
1. When I was dumber than I am now I was mowing the lawn and decided, while the engine was running, to check the oil - uh, well, let's just say I looked like a I had black freckles.
2. I had put oil in the car, and didn't put the cap back on correctly, drove for 100 miles, and at a gas station found the cap had fused in the wrong position and oil all over the place. I tried to put the cap back on correctly after putting oil back in, but I don't think it ever could go back on right. Needless to say, my hubby was not happy....