Tuesday, February 16, 2010

The Wheels of Life

There's probably a female version of this illustration but it wouldn't be much different. I just get a kick out of progressions like this. They simplify complicated sequences to the bare minimum and yet retain the essence of the subject.

I admit to riding scooter carts at the grocery store on several occasions after hip surgery. This would seem to leave me one step away from the wheelchair. I had to skip the RV interval for economic reasons, but it would have been so great! I would have loved to travel all over the country to see what I was missing. I love Minnesota, but sometimes it seems like we're kinda sheltered here.

The only wheels I have now are on a ten-year-old Impala. It has a dent in the passenger-side fender so the door won't open. I've had it popped out several times but it keeps going back in.
The repair will be expensive so I can't even consider it until I get my tax refund.

So, when you stop to think about it, I guess it's money that greases the wheels of life.


Kathy said...

That is so darn cute!

Buttercup said...

My wheels are all the mass transit type. I've never thought about an RV, but I have been thinking about taking the train west. Not sure when, but I do enjoy looking at the Amtrak website.

Barbara Blundell said...

Enjoyed the Wheels of Life ! thank you !

Teresa Evangeline said...

Nah, it's Love that greases the wheels of life. That and a sense of humor, both of which you seem to have in abundance. Love your organized cats : )

Anonymous said...

There is. I think somebody sent it to my wife.

^..^Corgidogmama said...

Good heavens, this cartoon hits the mark, doesn't it?
I LOVE your cat organization photo on your side bar...what a hoot!

Lia said...

Like you I would love to have a camper van (RV) to travel around the World in. Oh well maybe in my next life.
I once worked at how many years I had spent pushing a pram around, it worked out to 8yrs and 3mths.
I'm thinking of asking God if I can have those years back at the end of my life and get some one to push me around.
I don't know why my bubble wrap thing goes over your text, I have looked at it but it seems ok.
Much love

gayle said...

That was Cute!!

Cheryl Kohan said...

That's priceless! Somebody sent me that cartoon on email and I laughed out loud! It's really great and probably true but what the heck...that's life. :-)

Kittie Howard said...

Really, really cute! And loved the cats!