When I think about Albuquerque, I picture all of the southwestern motif with cactuses in the background and a desert like atmosphere! I honestly do not picture Albuquerque with temperatures in the 30s overnight. I moved to Albuquerque, because I wanted a place with hot temperatures while the two of us were in the whole year. I did not expect to be dealing with such cold and cold temperatures, especially in November, then we are getting close to September, however it’s still a bit early to have freezing temperatures, and my car wouldn’t start this morning when I had to go to work. I thought it was the cold weather. I was supposed to be at the marijuana dispensary at 9:00 a.m. I had to call my boss at 8:45 to tell her that I wasn’t going to make it that shift. I was supposed to deliver marijuana for the Albuquerque service, so I could not even get a ride to work in the store. My boss told me to let her suppose if I needed anything. I left the hood up on my car and I went inside of my apartment to grab a cup of coffee. When I came back outside, there was a guy sitting by the car and he wanted to talk to me about the problem. I hastily told the guy that I honestly did not have any currency, but I enjoyed the help, and he told me that he was willing to help me out for free. He showed me some rust and limescale that was on the battery terminals. He felt that was the reason why my car was not starting. He showed me how to wipe the corrosion off the battery terminals and then he started up the car. It tested the first try.