Wednesday, September 9, 2009

The religious problem: SOLVED!

My drive to work today was painful (for lack of a better word). The commute that usually takes me 15-20 minutes, took me a solid 55 minutes. The intelligent state of Utah decided that the best time to work on one of two roads leading to the University of Utah, is the second week that school is in session. Brilliant.

I thought of this as I sat in gridlock trying to decide if I wanted to scream obscenities or just bang my head against my window. Finally I saw the reason for the back up. The brilliance of the construction was demonstrated by the merging of a three lane road to one.

One by one, everyone began merging, one behind another like a zipper. At the daredevil speed of 3 mph I allowed a Forester take the space in front of me. I nervously acknowledged that I will be late for work in 20 minutes (and I still had to catch the public transportation from my parking space). Trying to distract myself from such an unpleasant thought, I glanced at the construction sign wondering how many weeks I had to wait for my commute to return to normal. Instead of a date the sign read:


There you have it. The religious problem: SOLVED!
I swear to God, this really happened.


Mandee Shaffer said...

I love love love you. This is hilarious. Always look forward to your blogposts.

April said...

Is this a true story?

Candace said...


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Michelle said...

But if God doesn't exist, you can't swear to God. But nonetheless, so funny.