We Will Have to Park Out Back

March 26, 2009 at 2:55 am Leave a comment

A few weeks ago, my brother’s family got a new van. It’s really nice, and just right for their family of 5. They had gotten crowded in the Blazer, and so they expanded to an Uplander. Sharon has loved it, and the kids have so much space. 

Today, my mom got a Nissan Armada. For the first time in my life, she got just what she wanted. My parents have always been very frugal and bought what fit the budget. They both work so hard and have really saved for this, and I am so happy for my mom. I rode in it tonight and the thing is huge. The Bose speakers are amazing. There is a compartment for everything, even her purse (which is always big!)

So when we all get together, my family is going to have to park the Dodge minivan in the cul-de-sac, or around back. 

I should at least wash the van, then maybe they’ll let me squeeze in the driveway, as long as I don’t park in the front. 

And just in case you haven’t seen anything cute today:


There. Hope that helps. 

Good night from hooptyville.


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