There are no backsies in life, so if life gives you lemons (or breast cancer) laugh in its face and move forward.
YIKES! I got all tensed up, reading this, thinking it was all going to go horribly wrong! You keep frozen hamsters, you drive around with dead bodies...are you sure you're not living in some weird kinda horror movie?
Just Missouri, Lizzi. Horror movie enough.
I too was scared ! :)
That was unbelievable (yet believable!!!) and incredibly well described--I was laughing AND nervous and made so much noise I woke up Jim!!! xox jean
I don't know why my husband got so nervous over the whole thing. It's not against the law to drive around with a body in the car. Hard to explain, maybe, but not against the law.
I thought for sure you were going to say that you lost the body...and I won't even tell you how excited I got at the idea of that.BTW I don't know what's wrong with me.
We were the only lost bodies. It would have made a better story, though, if we had lost her.
That was close !
We were a little concerned with the abilities of the highway patrolman that he didn't notice a body in the back of the vehicle. Shouldn't he notice things like that?
Reading the heading I thought of more adventure- like dead body lost or something Thnak god this was better :) but ya a close call
I was afraid my husband looked so suspicious of SOMETHING illegal that he would get arrested. And we weren't doing anything illegal, unless eating two dozen doughnuts is illegal?
Wow!! That is a hair-raising adventure!!
It was creepy, all right.
Im with Mrs. AR although I cant say I was all excited about it... ok , maybe a little....
The closest we ever came to losing a body was when we had picked one up at the airport in Tulsa and were hurtling down the turnpike with the back door of the vehicle unlocked. It was probably not very likely that the door would have flown open, but the thought of it made us both cringe and giggle hysterically.
What a great story! Krispy Kreme's can definitely be a distraction...Glad you made it back to civilization ok.
It really is a tricky turn, with or without the Krispy Kremes....
I am a bit behind on leaving comments (in case you haven't seen!). I love this story, and I love how anxious your husband was all the while you kept your cool. You must be a natural at diffusing awkward situations. ;)
Yikes, I wouldn't have been as nervous being unable to find my papers. I'd be more nervous that the cop himself wasn't a cop and instead said ax murderer! Routine roadblock? What the... creepy lolIf it had been at least Krispy Kremes would have been your last meal?Jak at The Cryton Chronicles & Dreams in the Shade of Ink