Jedi Skills

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This isn’t so much about skills as it is my comfort level.  Believe it or not, I’ve joined a club.

On Thursday evening (at son Jon’s suggestion) I ventured a pretty far distance from the house to join a car club…The Mustang Club of St. Louis.  And I am so very glad I did.  What a great bunch of car enthusiasts.  Everyone was so friendly and welcoming, making me feel right at home.  There was a lot of information to take in, but President Mike and the others did a fabulous job.  I especially love that they are involved in charitable work.  I’ll pass on information as I learn more details.

There are a few car shows coming up that I’m very excited to promote and be a part of.  The first one is on April 9th at The Museum of Transportation.  I’ll share more specific details on this and lots more as time gets closer.

Now on to the Jedi Skills part.  Upon leaving the meeting, President Mike gave me two window decals.  I waited until today to even think about putting one on my Mustang.  The more I thought about it, the more positive I became.  45 minutes later I was able to look at my handy work.  Not bad, I thought.  I must confess however, that while at one time getting in and out of the back seat intimidated me, I am now a Master Jedi at it.  In addition, my skill level has gone from zero to Jedi Knight ranking in the art of using a level. Yes, I used a level to put a simple decal on my window!

Pssst.  I now know why President Mike gave me two.

Please visit the clubs website on link above. I’m hoping to see my car on it very soon.

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About Debbie

Love cars, love writing, love family...that about does it.
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6 Responses to Jedi Skills

  1. Katie says:

    Adventurous! Congratulations on pushing yourself beyond your comfort zone. It’s great you’ve found like-minded folks who share your love of Mustangs.

  2. You joined a club, very nice. But the best club is the fact you own a Mustang with millions of others at one point around the world. Your second Mustang I believe at that too.
    Nice badge, simple but effective.

    • Debbie says:

      You are so right. Third Mustang. First one was a 1990 red 4cylinder. Not sure about the sticker…we’ll see. But certainly glad to meet new people who are so nice.

  3. BFF says:

    Bravo for joining the Mustang Club of St. Louis and bravo for getting involved with upcoming car shows. I am very happy for you! 👏

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