Losing a Car…

…Is like having a cat euthanized. I don’t know any other way to put it.

I was driving this morning in my fairly new car and I saw my old car in front of me. Of course it was not my actual car, MY Honda, but I was flooded with a wave of nostalgia and happy trees. I am very thankful for my fairly new Dodge Stratus and have no regrets over losing the other car.

But I have also lost a cat to the big industrialized sleep and am sad to say that after that I have not since gotten over her passing. Of course this only happens when I see other cute little cats, with their eyes all wide….

Then I remember the rusty doors—I mean litterbox. And the scratching of furniture (dents in the side) instead of their ergonomically designed catnip furnished post.

So a toast to expansion and propely working windows and locks.

Hear, HEAR!


About genesiawilliams

I must apologize if this isn't exciting... though this may seem odd my decision to enter the blogging world, was less for an audience and more for me as an exercise in discipline, which i clearly lack if you see the frequency of the posts, but still it is weird because I am airing my thoughts on the biggest communication tool since the pony express, but if you like what you read feel free to comment and/or share... if not thank you for taking the time out of your life to check me out.... I'm pretty laid back, and I'm open for comments....

2 responses to “Losing a Car…

  1. B.Price

    Ah yes, I do understand this feeling as well. My “first car” was a 96 Toyota Avalon that I had from 00-03 and after I sold her a purchased my current car all I kept seeing is my Avalon, more over I saw several in the same color mine was in which in itself was strange because the color was very rare!

    It will be better with time, your love affair with your new car is only beginning and for sure it will bond stronger then the previous one that you had.

  2. I like the way you think!


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