I'm guessing this is a poem to your husband, and a rather sheepish one at that lol. I once picked up a pizza at a restaurant my friend was working at the time, only to realize rather belatedly that I'd forgotten to apply the handbrake to my car, which was in a carpark with a slight incline. The result was that it rolled backwards into the opening door of a Jeep freshly parked... which ripped the door nearly clean off. That was one expensive pizza, I tell you lol.
I noticed you've used enjambment in a couple of places to foreshadow the ending, with things like "hit the garage" and "after I slipped"... clever.
About the only nitpick I have would be to change "in" to "on" regarding the Simon and Garfunkel Greatest Hits line, as we tend to slip CD's on. Although I do get that you meant to say that you slipped a CD in. Overall, a very tiny nit.
But yep... I'm guessing your husband wasn't very pleased with you afterwards lol.
Remind me never to loan you anything. ;) One slight nit (already in parentheses in the text above), I believe 'with your truck' sounds better granmmatically because you already have several instances of 'in' at the close of the post.