Bravo to two car companies with a sense of humor.
I guess these billboards are a few years old.
Yet humor is timeless.
And apparently a healthy and mature way to deal with trauma.
Who knew I was mature?
Do you want to know what's really funny?
The noise my husband's car makes whenever you put it in reverse.
I am so glad I have learned to laugh at trivial nonsense.
And that in my heart I can have peace
and know that temporal things don't matter.
Not one bit.
The most important thing is that I keep my cool.
And it's kind of fun to have a good little test with our cars.
How long can it make that noise and still run
before it won't run at all?
I think with LG's new workplace being only 2 miles away,
and the fact we are purchasing him a bike this weekend,
we may have this car noise around for a very long time.
I am holding out for a year or so.
And really, it's funny that we purchased his car in 2000,
and it will most likely be the car
that all of our children are going to drive
when the turn 16.
Not only funny,
but a testament to Honda.
Speaking of children getting older,
wait for my post tomorrow.
I am old.
Very very old.
So old I that I may go and finally get my ears pierced.
To rebel against my mom and her mantra
that if God wanted holes in my ears he would have put them there in the first place.
You see, I think I may have to show Abigail that she can do it.
And be the trial run.
Maybe we can get matching studs.
Oh yeah, we already have a matching stud.
He's a guy with a car that makes a funny noise.