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If it is, and I’m in your town, you can bet I’ll notice it!
For some odd reason, I’ve always (since college) checked the license plates on the cars in front of me to see whether they’re expired or not.
I have no idea where this skill will get me in life, but it’s a compulsion I can’t seem to quit.
My daily drive goes like this:
1. Check to see if the license plate in front of me is expired.
2. Add up the numbers on their plate to see if I’ve “won”.
3. Give the car a quick once-over… checking for flat tires, a turn signal left on, or the driver’s skirt hanging out the car door — anything I can politely inform them of, cuz I’m SURE they’d want to know!
What I Learned Today:
You probably don’t want me driving behind you…
As a lifelong traveler, I like to help people find unique ways to do things that will save time & money — so I write about "outside the box" Travel Hacks that most wouldn't think of. I'm SUPER organized and I love to pack! I've lived in 6 different states (Florida, Indiana, New York, Ohio, Tennessee, and Texas) and have visited every other state in the U.S. — except Hawaii. (Can you say bucket list?) I've been on several different cruises, airplanes, and boats in my life and I currently enjoy the outdoors by bicycling, motorcycling, Jeeping, RVing, camping, or just walking my dogs. My favorite "hobby" is riding on the back of our Harley-Davidson Road Glide traveling cross country — which we usually do at least once each year. We even rode from Tennessee to Alaska once! When I'm not on the road, you will find me at the corner of Good News & Fun Times as publisher of The Fun Times Guide (32 fun & helpful websites).