Turn on snow button.
Put in low gear.
Turn off traction control.
Turn off snow button.
Turn on traction control.
Wiggle the wheel.
Go in reverse and then in low gear.
Go in drive.
Go in reverse and then go in drive.
Shovel behind the tires.
Shovel in front of the tires.
Two feet of snow. So. That was why I was battling. And I fought hard and I fought strong and I fought quiet and I fought loud. But now I’m on the side of the road. And I believe I will be able to navigate down the street to work.
My pants are wet. I need to walk to the gas station and buy stuff. I need to shower.
Should I offer help to neighbors getting out of the snow if they’re not even out there trying to get out. Like should I shovel out behind vehicles? The one neighbor is a younger woman who’s kind of a small lady. And it’s going to be hard for her.