Friday, September 12

Rock'n the hats...

Wednesday (Lisa's Birthday) we swung by Starbucks in the morning and the cashier person saw we were wearing our fedoras and was like, "Wow... those Hats rock!" (No we're not in a band... We just play one on the internet...)

In other news this week also said farewell to our Honda Civic and we said "Hello" to the newest addition to our technology family: The 2009 Honda Fit. Sucks less gas (if you even thought that was possible), has more space in it, takes up less space outside, and is less expensive to insure. Money saved. (And to answer your question, no we don't intend on buying a new car every year... in doing some research it just seemed that after a year of driving the civic that the Fit... well FIT the way we drove and things we did with the car more than the Civic. So the switch made sense. Lord willing we won't be switching/ changing cars again anytime soon. (Oh, yes... it IS orange...) So far it's a great little car and I would recommend it to anyone who is looking for a nice sporty little car that can haul over 60cubic feet of... stuff. (That also gets great gas millage)

Colorado this weekend. We'll have a decision about moving made on or around Tuesday of this next week. Then its either "back to 'normal' life" again OR "ready, set, PACK." It's strange to be on the cusp of something like this. Granted it is WORLDS better than waiting to find out if you are going to go back into the hospital the next week or not. Which of course makes me thank the Lord for everything He has done for us in the past year!

Thanks for all the prayer support! We look forward to telling you all what we feel like God is calling us to do!

~B.

4 comments:

  1. Hmm.... Is it 'fit' as an adjective or as a noun (as in a hissy fit)? Heather says she's sure you passed up a few puns in this post.

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  2. Well, is it really a pun if it's the name of the product and is virtually DESIGNED to be a pun? I mean what and where is the challenge in that? This is why I have staid away from the "fit" puns. It would be too easy.

    ~Ben

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  3. No Prius?! Come on...

    Er - I know it's the Internet and all, but "staid" means "marked by settled sedateness and often prim self-restraint (sober, grave)." I'd stick with "stayed" for the meaning you intended.

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  4. Yay! We have a Fit too. Well, it is called a Jazz here in Europe, but it is the same car...except the steering wheel is on the right...

    We love it.

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