Wednesday, February 3, 2010

Beep Beep

My dad got us VIP tickets to the international auto show here in Charleston.  In my sister and Jason's eyes it meant FREE alcohol. We thought why not lets go its free and its not like we had anything else to do that evening.  We walked around looked at all the cars all the dealerships had brought it.  There was a lot of people walking around in tuxes and fancy dresses while I was in my tights, dress, and UGG boots.  Thats about as dressy as it gets for me unless I am going to a wedding.  Anyways we all looked around and found the cars that we wanted.

My sister found a camaro and the free beer.
Bailey decides she likes the camaro too.
She thinks it drives pretty good too.
I wanted a picture of us and she was to into the cars!
Mamaw Nette found a Honda that she wanted.  Bailey had to test it out too.
Then I found the car that I really really want. A GMC Denali.  Jason says I have to get a job first.
But Bailey really likes it...PAAALEASE????
Jason wasn't into getting in the cars, but I talked him into a picture before we left the mall.

I have only had 3 cars that I have actually owned.  My parents always told us we could get a car when we could afford the car and the insurance.  So I didn't get a car until and I was 21 years old.  I had friends that had cars and I could drive my parents when they weren't using theirs (which was pretty often). I had my first car for about a year and a half, my second for about two years, and the one I have now for almost a year.  After going up to the car show I really am wanting a new one already.   I am always wanting something different because I get bored! 

I also want to thank to very good blog friends of mine.  I have received awards from both of them one recently and one a few weeks ago that I haven't thanked her for! Sorry Trish!  Go check out both of their blogs when you get a chance.

Trish blogs about a little bit of everything.  Right now she is showing us pictures of her house that her and her hubby built themselves. 

Tesa  blogs about her life as a mom to two preschool aged kids.  She always has funny stories these two youngins' have done or said!  She also has great reviews on different products.


Norma Lee @ Norma Lee Good said...

OH my goodness I am so glad you wrote about this. I thought I was the only one who had fun at this! My dad's buddy is an exec for Ford and has given us the VIP tickets before. I will say going VIP is way different than going the "usual way." Oh and the goldfish on the floor, no kid-trash anywhere and everything smells so good. Ahhhh.

Trish said...

I sat in the new camero last week...the hubs wants me to trade in my Explorer for one, but I just felt like I was bumping my butt on the ground!

LOVE the Denali on brings out the color in your eye...hehehehe

Trish said...

Thanks for putting me in the "spot light" girlie!!!!

Confessions From A Working Mom said...

I believe this is my first time on your blog-- how precious your family is! Your daughter is just gorgeous; she looks to be about the same age as my daughter. I love this age! And I love the outfit she's wearing in your header pics... where's it from?

I'm shocked she was allowed inside all those luxury cars at the auto show!!

Confessions From A Working Mom

MoreThanMyOwnLife said...

Love the pic of the 3 of you! You so need that car, it was made for you! ;)