Mondays are never a fun time. Going back to work after some amazing weekend or your child’s 3rd birthday is usually a downer. Could have done without this this morning:
On the brighter side, though, I did get a new windshield (that hasn’t leaked) and I coated it with Rain-X. As you can see in the video… worth it! Most of the way to work this morning I didn’t have to have my wipers on due to that stuff. I also used Fog-X on the inside of my windshield. So why am I blabbing about driving to work on a Monday, in the rain, with Rain-X on my newly replaced windshield? I guess it’s because you should make the most of any situation you are in with the tools you have.
PS – I feel like the title of the video “Driving to work in the rain with rain-x on my windshield” is like the title of the Primitive Radio Gods’ song “Standing Outside a Broken Phone Booth With Money in My Hand”.
I could not agree more and just realized that is why Stephen Dukes was such a good manager.
In fact there were so many applicants for this job, it crashed the website islandreefjob.com.
The job, which offers a salary of $105,000 to spend six months on the Great Barrier Reef island of Hamilton, has been inundated with hundreds of thousands of prospective candidates.
The successful candidate will have to go scuba diving, snorkeling and hiking and enjoy at least 25 nearby island resorts. Thrown in is a luxury three-bedroom home and transportation to and from the island.
No skills, nor experience is needed, and there is no age requirement. The job starts in July.
Sign me up!