March 29, 2013

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Front Porch Sittin’, Cold Beer Sippin’ (Or…Life is Good!)

 What a great day in St. Louis.  The high was 60 degrees.  Most of the snow has melted, so no more annoying puddles to avoid.  Out to lunch at McCormick and Schmicks , a fabulous seafood place with Brad.    My car is clean (met a fellow Mustang lover at the car wash) and hit a milestone (the car not me and no pun intended) today.  The odometer turned over (as much as it can being digital and all) 75 thousand miles. Unlike my son I take photos of these events going zero mph.  I am at present doing my front porch thing…finally.  Love this ritual with our dog, Koda.  Can’t wait until Jonboy is home to share.  In the meantime I am working on several posts.  One about vanity plates called Legal Graffiti. Another about local automotive businesses (so far Christian Brothers Automotive http://cbac.com/store/arnold-mo is on board) and their contributions to the community.  One is a humorous take on my first ever visit to a drive thru car wash.  All I can say is…Oh, My! And finally one focusing on the financial cost (burden?) of owning my little tank of a Mustang for the last 9 1/2 years.  After your Easter time with family don’t forget to check out the awesome car show http://www.hccmo.com/id14.html at Forest Park, if you can.  Pics to follow!  One final note, my hopes are dashed for owning the 2014 Cobra Jet, as I have just found out that I (Brad, smiley face here) will need  $97, 000 to purchase.  Oh, well.

About Debbie

Love cars, love writing, love family...that about does it.
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9 Responses to March 29, 2013

  1. Wayne Schiefelbein says:

    You should be able to afford the car on what they pay you at HR.

  2. Mart Dawson says:

    Debbie, how on earth can it be a burden to pay for a Mustang? It’s a pleasure tax surely. lol. I must admit doing my restoration work in my car I keep a spreadsheet of the costs and it don’t make pretty reading. But once it’s done then it will be a brilliant record of all the work and things I have done. I was thinking about posting the list without the costs of course if anybody would be interested, what do you think?
    Looking forward to the posts as ever.

    • Debbie says:

      I totally agree. Once I was at a gas station and a fellow next to me asked how many miles to the gallon did I get. I chuckled and said that’s not why i drive it. And yes, absolutely you should document and post. I think the costs would be interesting as well.

  3. hotrodhigh says:

    Nothin like sippin’ a cold BEER on a warm day

    • Debbie says:

      Our front porch is so amazing. We have the view of a two lane stretch. Sometimes when we hear something rumbling down the road we guess the make, model and even the color just for grins. LOL

  4. bradnuessle says:

    I’ve never had a car that looked that clean at 75K. You’ve done excellent at keeping it nice. Now if I can just get you to keep tires on it!

    • Debbie says:

      Thanks so much for the compliment. Although I think you’re looking pretty good and you prob have more than 75k on you. LOL. Seriously, honey, I will try to make this set last longer that 20 thousand. PS thanks for sharing in the madness.

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