Re: I GOT ONE!
In article <Sib2e.email@example.com>,
SVTKate <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Don't ya just hate when you think you want one thing then discover that you
> really wanted something else and get stuck with what you thought you wanted
> in the first place?
Yeah. I sat in it for about 10 minutes giving it a good think.
> Glad to hear it... but... what color is it? Interior color? Wheels?
Windveil Blue, Light graphite, 17" Alum. If you have the brochure, it's
basically the light blue one on pages 20-21. The sales woman twice
inadertantly called it "Windevil" blue, although "windevil" might work
for a tan color.
> Of course they did. If they hadn't you may have walked out without the
Not really. I told them I had to go bring my truck home and get a ride
back, and had one lined up. It was no problem, but the freeway was
getting REALLY hosed at that point (this is Southern California), so
this was more convenient. I'll get the ride over around lunch today
when it's less crowded.
The saleswoman was more excited than I was. ;) She wants one BAD, but
they won't let the customers even order one yet.
> That's the problem with those nasty little car payments. You have to make
> money so you can pay for the car.
Which is why I paid cash. :) I'll sit down today and figured how much I
saved in interest. It was the largest check I've written since the down
payment on my house 10 years ago.
> You realize of course that you aren't going to be worth a hoot all day, you
> will have Mustang fever. Prolly park it near a window so you can gaze out at
> it now and then.
Sadly my office window looks out over an internal courtyard area. I'm a
pretty relaxed sort of person, though, and I'm so glad The Ordeal is
I may take tomorrow off, though. :)
> Can't say I'd blame you if you did! Happy Day!
> Ok, so now you arent Quietly Desperate anymore..... right?
Oh, I was never really quiet. Desperate, perhaps, but never quiet. It's
just from the Thoreau quote: "The mass of men lead lives of quiet