When I paid off my Jeep two years ago, I decided I would keep her as long as I could. I’ve never seen the benefit of trading her in for a newer model.
It seemed like there was nothing we couldn’t do with red lipstick and a glue gun, but a trip to the Halloween costume store reveals those days are long gone.
“We stopped renting 6 months ago, and moved into a trailer, which we currently live in. We are now parked in my parents driveway while we look for a place a little more permanent.”
Seven days on a bike tour—from Sioux City to Davenport.
Uber and Lyft have both received numerous complaints that their services are not accessible to people with disabilities, and that the companies violate the Americans With Disabilities Act, which—well, you can guess Uber’s response.
Bus includes: flat screen TV, refrigerator, reclaimed wood walls. Bus does not start.
Ben and I went to a Boston suburb this weekend for a college friend’s wedding and, ill accustomed as we are at this point to suburban life, we forgot how hard it would be to get around without our own transportation.
I am telling myself: This is what the money is for. We will get to see family. We will get to say a proper farewell to my uncle, who died very suddenly. We will set a good example for Babygirl, maybe, that this is the kind of thing we splurge on.