100 Happy Days #48
Oh, this old, sweet, silly, heroic, ridiculous red van.
As you may remember, it tried very hard to die a few months back which led to some exciting, unheard of behavior on my part.
But then, what to do with the red van…hmmmmmm?
Well, it didn’t seem prudent–or respectful for that matter, to just send it off to the junk yard to be crushed up into tuna cans.
No, no. That wouldn’t be right.
So, we had a very kind man come and tow it to the shop for one last fix up.
And what do you know? For less than $100 it is up and running just fine…
and on to it’s new home with a sweet new family that promised to love it nearly as much as we have.
Good-bye old girl.
You’ve held a special place in our hearts.
We’ll never forget you.
Note: This post was all good and fine until the driver’s side door mechanism went out, totally freaking out the sweet people who wanted to give our old girl a new home. So, sadly…she is being put to rest and recycled. We’ll no one can say we didn’t try.
I’ve decided that whenever I feel a twinge of guilt over it, I’ll just go for a drive in my little Ruby.
That should help.
If you’re ever going to attend the doTERRA Conventions–be sure to do it with people you’re crazy about. Best move I ever made.
Day one was awesome! Tons of happy people, but still orderly and organized. Inspiring lectures and amazing, great energy.
Welcomed by David Stirling–who is one of my favorites from among the owners. He’s just such a good man.
At one of the breaks, we went out to the foyer and signed the doTERRA statue. It’s ok…they told us to.
We went to the showcase hall and got to try the new products.
Heeeeeee! They smelled soooo good!
It was very exciting!
Not to mention the cool loot that we could buy….
or that we got for freeeeeeee!
I LOVE doTERRA!