Thursday, November 13, 2008

What fuels my fire?

6 months ago I drove out of the gas station absolutely ANGRY at the ridiculous cost of fuel. To keep my blood pressure down I avoided checking on current gas prices. These oil companies are living mighty fine thanks to each of us.

I just don't get it....

And then today I was reduced to tears when my fuel nozzle stopped at $30.00. I stared at the pump, tried pumping more, fixated on the digital readout. I wanted to scream "YEAAA my nightmare is OVER!" I refrained from celebrating my shear delight for fear of freaking out the man at the next pump. In a split second my fellow Fuel man was saying out loud to himself "this can't be?" and a HUGE smile flashed across his entire face.


Trish said...

It's a good thing we're cheering for gas, because everything else is going to h***! Lets pack up and take a road trip!

Martinson/Adam/Tiff said...

When I first started reading. when 6 months ago when you freaked out at me at the gas station. I thought haven't you put that behind us. I knew you were pissed off that day. Then I kept reading. Tiff just filled up and it was $ 40.00 WOW. But we will all pay for this in the long run. It's a good thing now. But low gas prices say alot. That we are a broke economy. I just need REFERRALS. Thanks