During one of our road trips we all got to meet the other woman in my husband’s life - his GPS. He has to travel to a lot of different job sites during the day hence she appeared to help him out. Apparently he can program it in all sorts of languages and accents but they are all “women". This is probably old news to the technically savvy but what do I know?
I travel the same circle everyday so have no need of such devices.
Mr. Bus programmed the device, clicked her into place and we were off.
In about 2.5 seconds the questions started.
“Where is that voice coming from?”
“Who is that talking?’
“Is she telling Daddy what to do?”
“Isn't that Mommy's job?”
“Is "she" putting Mommy out of work?”
“Moooooom....are you out of work?”
“Was she ever in work?”
“We are her work.”
“Is Daddy paying her?”
“I think he owes me money!”
“Why is dad giving YOU money?”
“I don't think he's paid Mom in years.”
This all took place in the .4 miles it took to get to the end of our road! The rest of the trip went the same.
“He didn't turn!”
“She said to turn!”
“He's not listening!”
“He doesn't always listen to Mom.”
“...are we lost?”
“..Are we there yet?”
“DID YOU EVER TURN?”
Seriously - I am glad I don't need a GPS - I somehow sense it would not make my life any easier!
I am very grateful God saw fit to give both of us a good sense of humor.
You can learn more about Patty on her blog, My Life Under The Bus