Friday, November 09, 2007

My Faithful Steed


I took this picture in October because my car looked so happy under that tree. Then, I just read this and it inspired me to give credit where credit is due. Make fun of me all you want. The truth is, I love this car and could not function properly without it. Here's to you, Minivan!

11 comments:

Lizzie said...

Hi...I am Kelly's Sister in Law...I am babysitting this week, so I have been blog surfing. I just saw the picture of your daughter and Brittany, the director of the school play, She is my roommate's sister. Small world! :)

Kelly said...

yxhazjyOh look, there's Lizzie. This is our 3rd Odyssey. #2 was a twinner with yours. We got ours on ebay like you guys.We still haven't sold it because we are lazy and we like being a two van family (two vans, a truck, an old lexus, and a 91 integra. And a two car garage).

I'm sorry if you blew your secret identity "Jacob" over at my blog.

Kelly said...

The beginning of that comment is me trying to use your word verification. It took 3 tries this time

Kristen said...

One day....

erin said...

I miss Utah leaves and trees....

Mandee said...

If I had it to do all over again, I would get a minivan. In fact, it's my
"dream car".

Christa M. said...

The wife car is currently a sore subject at my house... for a year, before I got knocked up and my whole life chsnged, I drove my best car ever: a mini Cooper in British Racing Green metallic, with chrome line exterior, black leather interior, GPS... Alas, it was deemed "unsafe" (hah!) and I am now stuck with hubby's boring old 4-door. Which, by the way is impossible to park. How do you manuever the mini-van??

2007 me is just as disappointed as single me would have been :(

Blake and Meg said...

I don't think you're crazy for taking a picture of your car. I took one of my Ford Fusion as it was parked on a hill overlooking the sunset. I wanted to mail it the Ford Company because it was so beautiful... I think I'm the one with the problem.

Jennifer Latimer said...

I think I love your car more than mine,

Shawn said...

Sorry, but I can't get used to the Minivan----too much like the station wagon that I swore that I would never drive...

I understand that with twins you have to drive it, but I must admit that when I was there driving the kids around, I felt,....well.......normal...
and it was a scary feeling!

King Family said...

I also adore my minivan, when my husband says crap like, "we should trade this in for an SUV" I am deeply offended.