Monday, October 01, 2007

parking lot

I love my little car. But I'm afraid it'll be embarrassed - it's now parked in the lot behind my building (yay - I got a spot that isn't a five-minute walk away) and, well, it's not the prettiest car out there. In fact, as viewed from my window above, it's definitely the crappiest-looking one in the lot.

Oh well - I guess this means it's the last in line to get broken into.

6 comments:

Sarah Moffett said...

Did I miss something? You own a car now?

towwas said...

I bought this baby in 2003. That was in the incredibly boring narrative of car(less) life. http://mellificent.blogspot.com/2007/09/carless-life.html

towwas said...

No, wait - 2002. Whew! Glad we got *that* detail straightened out!

Coloradan said...

As someone who drove old, dented, tank-like cars for about seven years, I came to like the statement it made about me. Sort of anti-materialistic, I'm-secure-enough-not-to-define-myself-by-my-car. Yup, that's how it will define you!

towwas said...

Yeah, I kind of feel that way about it, too. I'm too tough to buy a new car! I really do like it - I mean, it's cute, it's little, it gets great gas mileage...ok, it drinks a lot of oil, but I can forgive that.

HAR said...

I hate that I want a new shiny car. I really do.