One thing common about the late winter is the massive amount of potholes that suddenly appear before the first flowers of spring. After living in Halifax for the last 14 years and the previous 20 in Dartmouth, this year was the first time that I have ever blown a tire after hitting a pothole. Now to further improve on that record, it has happened twice. Last night while driving my daughter home from work in dark foggy conditions I hit a pothole that I could not see, but we sure felt it.

A quick call to roadside assistance as I was not aware that our rental car even had a spare, we were back on the road again. So if this happens to you, first call roadside assistance to get help if needed in replacing the tire, then call once safely back home to HRM and report the pothole and your damaged tire. The number is 311 inside of Halifax. Make sure that you give them the location of the offending tire killer and also log a claim regarding your tire.

Yes I was not in a good mood when I got back to the house but after a good nights sleep and 20 minutes of meditation this morning I realized that it’s not what happens to you but how you react to it. There will be unpleasant events happening to everyone throughout our lives, it’s how we deal with them that counts.

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p.s.s- I should tell you that I am licensed in Nova Scotia, Ontario(M18001555) & in British Columbia(BCFSA #504098).

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