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Aug. 16th, 2005 04:28 pm
omimouse: Digital painting of a mouse wielding a spear (Default)
This was something that I had hoped to never add to my list of things done.

Juliette overheated today. While [livejournal.com profile] louisadkins and I were on the way home from picking the girls up from school. Thankfully, we were only about a mile away from the school when she did this, so we were able to walk back (after leaving her in someone's driveway with a note on the dashboard) without to much trouble. Louis and the kids appear to have made the walk in TN summer without to much in the way of problems. I'm only mildly heat exhausted, and the heat rash on my extreme upper inner thighs should clear up in a few days. I'm also the most heat sensitive in the whole house. Cold weather, now that's another story. I'll be wearing skirts and short-sleeved shirts when [livejournal.com profile] catchild and the girls are shivering under sweats, a shirt, and a sweater.

But I digress. So, we made it back to the school and used the phone in the office. [livejournal.com profile] ebonunicorn and Catchild came and got us in the van. We wnet back, and thankfully, Juliette was still there. Drkn and Louis messed around with her for a bit, poured some water into something or other (no, the internal workings of cars never was my strong point, why), and then I drove Juliette back home with Louis riding shotgun and the van right behind me.

We'll be getting her towed someplace to get looked at. I know the problem has to to with the coolant system, but that sums up my knowledge of the problem.

I am vaguely worried that I could probably diagnose problems with the Enterprise's warp core better than I can diagnose my own car.

And that was thunder, so I need to close this now.

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