Today I drove from Mundelein, Illinois to Shrewsbury, Missouri, and then to Effingham, Illinois, and from there, back to Mundelein. Thankfully, today was a splendidly beautiful day for such a drive so it was rather enjoyable.
As I drove listening to great music of various styles, I rolled down the windows and opened the moonroof and very much enjoyed myself.
But as I continued driving the interstates in Illinois, I was struck at the many convertible cars on the highway whose drivers kept the rooves of the cars up and in place.
Why is it that someone would spend the extra money for a convertible and then not take advantage of it when the weather was as gorgeous as it was today? Just something to ponder.