What’s bugging you?

Here in Florida we experience a twice a year “invasion” of ‘love bugs’. The bugs are really here year-round, but their presence is especially noticeable in May and September.

There are numerous ways to remove what’s left of them after they collide with your vehicle, but it’s almost impossible to avoid them.

When you come upon an especially heavy swarm of the bugs, it sort of looks like a black snow flurry – until the impact. Then you end up with a windshield covered with what’s left of them.

If you ever try to clean the mess with windshield wipers, you quickly realize you’ve got a much bigger problem – instead of the clear view you hoped for, you are now looking through a haze of bug remains. Using washer fluid only compounds the smeared goo streaked across your field of vision. A quick stop at a car wash or gas station may be your only recourse.

How many times do you come across situations and people that bug you? How do you deal with it? Do you try to avoid them, only to find yourself covered in the spatter of a bad experience?

Take some time to see if there’s a pattern to the things that bug you. A small change on your part could take the sting out of the things that bug you.

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One Response to What’s bugging you?

  1. Monette Satterfield says:

    Bill called them "licorice rain" the other day 🙂

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