the joy of love - love to hate

Saturday, 5 February 2011

"This is baby number one. And this...is baby number two."

And with those words, my cute little SUV which was only a few months away from being paid in full became too small to cart us all around and we became van owners.

We didn't have much of a choice. What else fits three car seats? A Suburban? Not going to happen with the price of gas as high as it is. A short bus? Possibly. Wouldn't that be a sight.

I love the cargo, but I hate the van.

So if I am going to drive it and retain any ounce of my former glory, there will be no Barney. There will be no "Wheels on the Bus". There will be Led Zeppelin, Journey, Keith Urban and an array of top 40 hits.

Now everybody put your hands in the air say "Yeah, Yeah, Yeah":

I'm glad we're all in agreement.

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11 Responses to “the joy of love - love to hate”

Flohbock said...

hihi great shot!

Monique said...

I love the perspective on this photography! You are totally cracking me up...

Monique said...

Oops! Meant 'photograph' not 'photography'...I need a proofreader...

Jennifer Thompson said...

LMAO! I love it Jen.
My dad had a mini van and my boys use to say, "Papa drives a loser cruiser"
Guess who taught them that...Devon!

Sarah Halstead said...

Great photo. I love my van. ha ha.

Becky Sue said...

Exactly why I only had 2 kids.

Loser cruiser. Totally stealing that.

Love your perspective.

Andrea said...

LOL I know how you feel Jen, I was hoping to get away from the mini van this time around of buying a vehicle, but alas hello ford freestar. 2 more years and we will have only one in a carseat instead of 3.

Yasher said...

LOL I love the picture!

The Clip Cafe said...

hahahahaha Love iT!

Jennifer said...

Thanks everyone! Loser Cruiser huh? Now I will have that in my head every time I drive the damn thing. LOL

Multibeavo said...

I love the perspective an dclarity of this photo! Great job!!