Our 2006 Hyundai Sonata
Of course these aren't pictures of our car, but the flashy pictures published by the PR firm that handles Hyundai.
This is not a new car, but it is new to us and is the newest car we have ever owned.
I haven't seen the car much. I drove it the night we bought it and Harold insisted that I be the one to drive it home that night (a five minute affair). But since then our lovely new vehicle has been Harold's companion. Harold has the guilts about buying something so nice. In fact, his exact words were, "This car is too fancy for me." Is this a possibility? There are houses that are too fancy, clothes that are too fancy, and possibly parties and restaurants and hotels that are too fancy, but a too-fancy car? NEVER!
Plus it was priced right, a middle of the road car, more bang for our buck. The dealer said that the exact same kind of car in a toyota or honda would have cost us 10-15K more. So I am feeling very middle class at the moment.
Now we can take our road trips with peace of mind.
I am off to read. My YA Lit prof decided to give us a 3rd pop quiz in a row and I had been banking on him NOT doing that and I failed that quiz miserably. I am so very embarassed that he is now grading my quiz and pondering on why I am such a slacker. I have vowed never to let that happen again. Forced reading can be fun, right? Actually, both books have been quite interesting/fun so far.
Happy trails! Vroom, vroom, vroom.