My Ride Has Been Mom’ed!

Remember, I must incorporate the details you share with me during the month of November into a short story that I will post here on this blog.

Today I am looking for answers to the following questions to give me more info for my Improvisational Creative Writing Exercise:

What kind of car do you drive? What kind of car do you WISH you could be driving instead and why?

I spent the day stuck at home today without my wheels. The reason for this, you ask? The answer: I have no car today because my three sons thought it would be a good idea to play baseball in the driveway. One of them threw the ball, and with incredible precision, hit the passenger side view mirror, smashing it so it loo.

Being the superstitious type, Iā€™m hoping the only bad luck the boys have is the poverty they will experience as I take money out of their allowance to pay for the repairs. Oy vey!

I attached a link to a great video that pretty much describes my current set of wheels. Take a look at it. Have pity on me. Have a good laugh. BUT THEN COME BACK HERE AND LEAVE YOUR COMMENT.

I want you all to know, someday, I will no longer have a need to car pool large groups of children to baseball games, lacrosse practice, religious school, and trumpet lessons. I know you are probably thinking that I will miss this time once it has gone by. You are also probably right! But I WILL NOT miss my junked-up, MOMed Honda Pilot. I will be driving a smart car. That way, if I do invite any children to ride along, the mess will be MUCH smaller!

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2 Responses to My Ride Has Been Mom’ed!

  1. Ello says:

    That’s awesome! Oh that killed me. And my minivan has at times looked like that! Oh and don’t get me started on the smell…

  2. Kosmos says:

    The car I drive is a Peugeot 307 turbo diesel hatchback. Looks like this: peugeot 307
    and I wouldn’t change it for anything šŸ™‚

    I love the youtube clip. I was a stepmother once and had the same things happen to my car. Did you know McDonald’s soft serve turns into plastic on cloth upholstery in the sun? And I won’t even start on the milk carton fumes …

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