Our friend Trevor thinks we should all be back in church where we “belong.” After the morning I had, perhaps Trevor is right. After all, could this be mere coincidence?
I was scheduled to appear on the Z-Morning Zoo show, 97.1 ZHT in Salt Lake City, with Frankie and Danger Boy this morning. Well. See, there was this SNOWSTORM. And in Davis County it was not a little snowstorm. Even though I left my house at 7:00 a.m., plenty of time, you would think, for an 8:00 a.m. appearance in SLC, about 30 miles from here, I did not make it. Traffic was traveling about five to ten miles per hour. ALL THROUGH DAVIS COUNTY. Then when I FINALLY got to 215, and both the snow and the traffic lightened up a bit, it was 8:15. But I thought I could still make it. Bad karma was not following me, no. I made up some time, until a car from California (with CTR stickers all over it) swerved in front of me, right before my exit, totally rattling me. I was already a bit nervous and angsty because of the delay, and the snow, and I knew I was late. Now, did you note this important fact? CTR stickers. A message from God, people. HE MADE ME MISS MY EXIT. Or I am just a crappy driver who should stay home and never leave. Wonder which one? The California driver was obviously lost. I, on the other hand, have lived in Utah all my life. Again, coincidence? CTR STICKERS, people!
Next thing I knew, I was on 4400 West and 3500 South, with no idea where to go, and I just stopped and called the station. At this point, there was only a half hour left of the program.
So, I turned around and came home. And it took me AN HOUR to get home. Coincidence, you say? Bad timing, you think? No, it had to be the Mormon God, working in cahoots with Trevor, to get my butt back in church where it belongs.
Or maybe God was telling me to go to California. What do you think?