I swear, that's how it happened.
Zero interest for the life of the loan (66 months), they pay the first three months worth of payments AND, they took my old clunker. Which I was able to drive there, but then once we got it on site, it died for good.
I can't even believe this week. It's been a whirlwind. We've never had a new car, ever. Only clunkers. We drive it and can't believe it's ours. Do you know cars come with automatic windows? And brakes that works? I did not.
Between the new car, new Breville, organic nuts shipped here to make nut butters, I've had a week-long rash, and I didn't even eat dairy. Just the way it is now. But that's okay, this boiled lobster look is starting to grow on me.
And now, onto Friday's Question: Which car is ours?
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Good for you guys! Tim told me you guys drove it to the bookstore already. I'm glad you're happy with it!ReplyDelete
First trip out, so fun.Delete
Congrats on your new wheels! It looks cute and sporty! :)ReplyDelete
And it drives so nicely.Delete
That is awesome. Congrats! Nuthin' like that new car smell.ReplyDelete
I am not a fan of the new car smell, but I'm funny with smells. However, I do love the new car feel.Delete
How goes your blended Dezzy drinks?
Congratulations and well done Tim! I'm assuming it's the blue one in front.ReplyDelete
Yeppers, that'd be her.Delete
Strange I'm excited and you are the one getting the newbies... but really did wonder woman really need a car?ReplyDelete
I can't see your car in the pics, there is a bright new blue car hiding the view!
lololol, it's hard to see the car, for sure.Delete
My invisible jet keeps breaking down.
Did you thank the dog for digging the hole? You might not have gone to get your new car if he didn't do that. ;0) Nice new wheels!ReplyDelete
Yes, I did. Because you're right. We might not have stopped in.Delete
Love the color!ReplyDelete
Thanks, me too.Delete
Wonderful. New car, new Breville, sorry about the rash.ReplyDelete
That's okay, I always have a base coat of a rash anyway these days. But at least it's better.Delete
The white car tucked nearly out of sight?ReplyDelete
I'm going with that one! Congrats Ivy, sounds like a good deal too!Delete
William: So close.Delete
Christine: So close, again, so close.
Hmmm... Maybe that big BLUE one in front???ReplyDelete
Congrats! Here's to many years of safe and fun driving! Got a name for her yet?
The best part is how much safer it feels.Delete
Not sure, I think Betty. Or Blue Betty. ALLLL of my cars prior were all named Barney, as in Barney Rubble. But this one, feels more like a Betty.
Ooooh...I already know what the answer is because I got a sneak preview. And anyway, it's pretty obvious, no? Love it! And it'll go well with your boiled lobster look. Good contrast :)ReplyDelete
That was fun to send you. Hopefully next time, I can get you the sound and video, in the same file.Delete
How exciting! I have never had a new car either but right now I refuse to give up my Toyota Corolla. 220 km!ReplyDelete
Love the colour! You could name the car Beryl which is another name for blue.
I had my last clunker for a long time, his name was Barney and he held on for a good long while. But was no longer safe.Delete
the one peeking behind the jeep suv?ReplyDelete
I think it's the blue one in the foreground. Regardless, a new car!!! That's awesome!ReplyDelete
It still doesn't feel like ours.Delete
How wonderful and what a good idea. Yes, never owned a new car either and in fact my wife and I drive aroundin one old Ford Taurus. This car will be very economical for you! :)ReplyDelete
This was is a gas-saver for sure. Which we love because we like to hit Barnes as much as possible.Delete
Pretty sweet new ride! Congrats! It looks remarkably similar to my Toyota Yaris. Even the same colour!ReplyDelete
I googled yours, wow, they could be twins.Delete
Well I assume it is the blue one in front because you will look great with your red rash driving a blue car for 4th of July.ReplyDelete
Hahaha, on the 4th.Delete