Tuesday, February 09, 2010


As I wrote about in early January, there is something wrong with my windshield. It was thought that it had a broken seal, so a seal was replaced. Yea…that’s not the issue. Know how I know? Because this is what my car looks like lately-

Frozen floor which produced frozen papers & frozen gloves (below)

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and…the frozen windshield. Which I have to scrape. Inside the car…

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Looks fun, doesn’t it?


  1. that is strange and annoying. Hope you get it figured out soon!

  2. Wow, what a pain. I hope you get it figured out soon!

  3. All of a sudden, I'm appreciative of my rainy, California winter. My brain can't even comprehend how cold that must be!

    Good luck trying to figure out the problem... and try and stay warm in the meantime!

  4. My jaw just hit the floor. :(
    I think you should e-mail these pics to the mechanic who "fixed" your car before. Crazy!! Are you actually leaving to drive somewhere today?!

  5. How strange! Hope you'll figure out the problem soon!

  6. Oh my goodness!! WARM UP girl! :)

  7. Oh my goodness! I have never seen anything like that. Hope it's a cheap fix:)

  8. Oh dear miss strawberry shortcake- Looks like you need to take it to a garage- But how to get it there all frozen and all!
    Cute post!

  9. I like Sharon's idea above- email the pics to the mechanic who you paid to fix the problem and obviously created another one (or it's the same problem, I'm not sure). Either way, this shouldn't be happening. I'm sorry it did happen though, hopefully it gets resolved soon!

  10. I had to laugh just a little. We had an old car that did the same thing! The windshield would freeze on the INSIDE! But we had a pretty good size crack on the windshield. I always figured that was why.
    Sorry about all that!!

  11. Oh no, I recommend moving South!!

  12. That does not look like my idea of a good time! I agree with KK...come on down here to Florida!


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