I’ve traveled more than usual recently – two fitness conferences in the same month, one in LA, the other in Nashville – lots of fun but crazy busy times. So I may have been a little sleep-deprived and unfocused when I got back home. That’s the only way I can explain how I might have driven into our fence.
It’s just a minor scrape, but costly to fix — cars seem to be made out of aluminum foil these days.
When I got the estimate for more than $1300 to fix the car (not counting the fence), I could’ve whined and cried and been super mad at myself. Instead, I decided to look at this as a lesson in time management: Slow down and watch what you’re doing at all times, even when you’re just driving out of the garage.
The fence you save may be your own.