This is my car. I decided to congratulate the Womb on Wheels today for "flipping" to 100,000 miles last week. I have never had a car survive me that long. It is a 2006 Buick Terraza and I love it. This thing is like a tank. We are in the beginning stages of discussing our next vehicle and I am not excited about it.
1. This car will be paid for early 2011.
At one time there was a nice little strip under the doors, but it turns out after kids drag their feet over it a couple million times it falls off. NO biggie.
Gum. Thanks Tanner. Remember the Great Gum Ban of 2009? It's back.
This is where a lady backed in to me the other day outside of the grocery store. She freaked out. I told her to chill. I hope she is ok. I really thought she was on the verge of a breakdown.
Maybe she should have taken a peek inside. She might not have worried so much about marring my ride. I am considering installing a switch I can activate that keeps all the kids' doors locked, not just until we are parked, but until they have all their belongings and trash in their hands. Then I could flip the switch the let them out. (Maybe in addition an arm could emerge and steer them all directly to the trash can.) I think this would be effective in the summer when no one wants to sit in a un airconditioned car. (GM - are you reading this?)
Finally. What? Don't you keep a microwave in your car. It is expensive to get drive thru snacks for five kids. What if you just plug this in and zap some pizza pockets, or maybe a couple of tortillas? Oh, just kidding. I had to clean out my classroom at school. (Don't they know I am moving? I have no where put this.)Not pictured in this post:
~ The ten reusable grocery bags I always forget to actually take in the store.
~ An unidentified food specimen stuck to the back of the last row seat.
~ The coffee cup I ate my oatmeal out of this morning.
~ 57 Sonic straw wrappers.
~ One euphonium mouthpiece.