What I want is a new Jeep. Â The first vehicle I bought when I got my first full time job was a Jeep TJ. Â I had to trade that beloved vehicle in on a minivan when my son was three months old. Â You see I got really tired of having to open that trunk and window and put his baby seat in the back seat. Â At the time, you could put the carseats in the front but it was too big for there too. Â So I reluctantly traded it in on a minivan. Â I rolled that first van several years later and they gave me much more than it was worth and I got a second crappy used minivan. Â Then it died and I got another but new minivan. Â That was ten years ago, the kidlets are now teens, one having his own vehicle. I always swore that I would get another Jeep when my minivan days are done. Â My current van needs an oil change, no big deal, a new muffler, not really a big deal. Â It makes funny sounds when I turn or just drive straight, the heat doesn’t work, thankfully its summer and the air conditioning works. Â
I convinced my husband to go look at the the Jeep I found. Â I had thought I wanted a brand new, off the the lot, new to everyone Jeep but I digress, I see that a slightly used one is just as good if not more cost effective. Â Hubby said it was nice, we took it for a test drive, it drove better than the first Jeep too. Â It’s a 2012, it is blue the pretty blue that I want, has all the bells and whistles too! Â It has a black carpeted interior but I could find something to keep the pupalups restrained in back. Â
My hubby was worried that this would be the car our daughter learned to drive on, well she’s already been driving for almost a year and been through her hours with the driving instructor. Â
I have dreamed of this Jeep since I had to turn in mine for a mom-mobile. Â It’s blue, not silver, black or red like almost every Jeep out there seems to be. Â Lets not get into the neon colours. Â Its Â a pretty blue and it’s What I Want!