My mission statement~

I intend on "trying" to live a life that is about: not putting in my mouth things that are bad for me or have come from an animal that was treated cruely while alive on this earth and during slaughter, creating lasting fond memories for my children and grandchildren, adventure, challenging myself, respect others regardless of species, race, color or creed, taking risks, having fun, being grateful, respecting myself & my body, being authentically myself, taking responsibility for my actions, being proactive, being a problem solver, taking action, introspection, transition, change, honesty, growth, loving & helping others, having integrity, doing my best, being easy on myself, enjoying this world, becoming well read, seeing the wonder of it all and never allowing fear to hold me back!

Monday, January 12, 2009

Dreaming and planning................

Happy Monday my lovelies;)
I pray your weekend was all you wanted for it;)
What did you do?
I had Court and Coop Friday night and Sat morn.
Then I didn't feel well and slept from Sat. around 3 p.m. till Sun morn.
I got up and slowly cleaned. Sun evening some family was here for my Great Grandma's visitation. We had pizza at my house first. Today is the funeral. She was literally the sweetest person on the planet. She was 98 and never had surgery or a pain. God bless her soul!
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This is the car I have now. It's 2000 Chrysler Sebring.
I've had it for 3 years now.
I LOVE it more than I can say.
It IS perfect!
I plan to drive it till the wheels fall off.
The pure joy I get from this car is something I've never know from a vehicle before.
It handles great, has amazing gas mileage and is powerful!

So when the wheels do fall off .....................................
I
am
getting
this
one~
The new Sebring with retractable hardtop provides all-season protection for America’s best-selling convertible. And the flex-fuel feature grants the vehicle the advantages of E85, in terms of lower fuel costs and cleaner emissions.





Peace, HeidiHo;)

15 comments:

Mental P Mama said...

Ah...the wind in your hair...I am driving vicariously;) Hope you're better.

DesertHen said...

Hope you are feeling better.

Sorry to hear of your loss....I bet Great Grandma was a special, wonderful lady!

I can feel the breeze in my hair as I travel down the road in that car!! You GO Girl!!

My weekend was filled with cleaning, laundry, a benefit dinner for a wildlife foundation, more laundry, baked cookies and some much needed tv watching....=)

Happy Monday to you......

Carolynn said...

I think I should rent a convertible and see how I like it. I love the IDEA of one, but I have a thing about messing my hair up. :oÞ

Sorry to hear you were feeling under the weather, but it sounds like it passed without too much distress.

I'm also sorry to hear about your Great Grandma, although it sounds like she lived a full, rich life and was well loved.

Hugs to you,
Carolynn

Kaci said...

So sorry for your loss! And so jealous of your new wheels!

Cynthia said...

I did the convertable thing back in the mid-90's. I called it my 'man catcher' and it worked.

Now, I've downgraded to a ratty old mini-van but it works for my life now. At least I have the memories of being young and fabulous and blonde without hair dye (my hair has gotten so dark!) and flying around town in my convertable. It's just going to have to be enough to sustain me.

Love your car! I hope you will enjoy it a little for me while you're at it.

♥georgie♥ said...

so sorry for the loss of your Grandma...

My weekend was busy...that car is super cute

Mechelle said...

That is a beautiful car. We would freeze around here with the top down. But spring will be here soon. I think.

Sorry about your great grandma. I am glad you had her in your life. m

Lisa Loo said...

Sorry about your great grandma and your being under the weather.

Lookig at that car I am having a hard time believing that you will be getting in for the low emission stuff--:0)

Mechelle said...

I know it is hard to be on your own. There are lots of downers about it, but I just wanted to point out that there is one plus.

You can go to bed at 3 pm on Sat. and sleep until Sun morn. That would NEVER happen to me in this house. Three minutes and there would be a knock at the door and little fingers under it wiggling for me. You remember those days? Oh yeah. They are fun. But I am a little green around the ears as I think of you sleeping that long. m

Andrea said...

Stopped by via Muddy Boots...so glad I did. Love the energy of your blog! :) I will be back to visit often. :)

Rocky Mtn. Girl said...

I truly hope you are feeling better in every way... ((Hugs))

the car.... vrrrroooommmmm... I would love to drive that!!

Janie said...

I love those Sebrings. They're cool cars.

Sorry to hear about your Grandma - blessings to you and yours.

Tink said...

I DO love your car, too, and isn't it wonderful to dream!!!

Scrappy Girl said...

I totally understand how you feel about your car...I hope to drive mine until the wheels fall off too...then I want a new one in black (with lots of chrome)...Vrooom!

Carin said...

I'm certain your great grandmother touched many lives while she was here. I'm sorry for your loss.

Do have fun with the top down... this summer that is =) It's wayyyy to cold here now but it sounds like a BLAST!