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I finally got a car! YIPPEE! Thanks for the tip about O.K. Sales Heather! I got a 2000 Saturn LW2 Wagon. Don't ask me what the LW2 stands for. I have no clue. The color is Silver Plum (and you know me and purple). My K-State tag is already on the front! It's nice to have some "luxury" since selling our van late last year. The Hyundai (that bit the dust) didn't have power anything, and this is loaded with full power, and even has a CD player with a great speaker system! YIPPEE! They do need to fix the power window on the driver's door, but I will be taking it back to them week after next to get it fixed. This coming week is my "late" week at work, and since they need to keep it for a day I decided week after next would be better. It's written in the contract that they will fix the window. Can you tell I'm excited about being back in the "saddle" again? For the past 2 months I've either been carpooling with Corby or driving one of the kids cars. Now I don't have to play the car shuffle and figure out which kid is off work which day, and which car I can drive!

Okay, that's it for now...just had to post!


Rockyn Robyn said…
loving the color!!
Heather rules said…
That's great. Hope they treated you well.
very nice and pretty!
Chris said…
Congrats on the new car! It suits you well.

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