Number Two daughter got married Saturday.
Everything went spectacularly, especially the weather. Thank you Weather Goddess, wherever you are!
Guess today was a day of rest for her too, because it was pouring most of the day where I was.
I know I've harped on this before, but I wish there was some way I could pull drivers over and just ask them:
"Notice how difficult it is to see the other cars, what with all the rain and road spray?
"Wouldn't it be a lot easier to see them if only they had their taillights on?
"SO WHY THE FRICK DON'T YOU HAVE YOURS ON??!?"
Not one car in ten bothered.
In New York State and some other jurisdictions, it is mandatory to switch on your headlights whenever the wipers are operating. Of course, they don't have mandatory Daytime Running Lights down there; up here I'm dead-nuts certain that many car owners don't know that DRL does not switch on the taillights which, especially in highway driving in the rain are probably more important than the headlights.
Drives me nuts.
The solution - just switch on all your lights, all the time.
Keep me sane.