Friday, August 10, 2007

My new baby!
I'm so proud of her... 2005 Pontiac G6 GT and her name is Gidgett!
I told you of my car woes... so we went looking...to do that ...look. We found the greatest car at the greatest deal and we couldn't pass her up. Get this... she has seat warmers! No more cold winter time butt. Leather seats, 6 disc in dash cd, automatic OR manual transmission, I can press the info button and it will tell me how many more miles I have to drive before I need to get gas (like a trip but in reverse) so cool! OH! And the panoramic roof... I AM so loving it! She's got a lot of get up and go and that' s just what a speed demon like me doesnt need but totally loves!
So that's my good news. Praise God for it! He made it all possible. Other than that nothing going on here. It's been to hot to do anything.
My hubby is taking us out for dinner and a movie. Family night - how fun! We're getting along better (by the grace of God) so thanks for your prayers!
Miss you all!

3 comments:

A Hoosier Family said...

Congrats on your new car. It sounds nice! Indeed the Lord has blessed. May you have many happy miles together. :0)

Elliemarie said...

Congrats on the new car, Holli! The G6 is a gorgeous car and that panoramic roof is the coolest. I'm glad you found a great deal when you needed it most!

Kristi K. said...

Cool! I don't think mine has quite as many features, but it does have that "miles to empty" feature. Plus is says what direction we're driving, which is great for us directionally challenged families. It tells what temperature it is outside, making me totally happy I have a/c now. The Taurus had awesome a/c, but it was a car on death row. Sigh. ;)
The other day, Jo folded down one of the back seats and it had crow bars and a jack and stuff under it in a compartment.
I also like that our Jeep can be driven in 2 wheel or 4 wheel drive.
The only thing is, I'm still getting used to it. I keep pulling on the windshield washer thing when I try to shift. I have the cleanest windshield in town! woo-hoo! Plus I have to fool with the gadgets for ten minutes each time I try to turn on my lights.
If you want to see features, ride with Tracy in her car sometime. Wow. It practically drives itself. ;)