Tuesday, May 09, 2006

I know I know

I need to post something. The problem is I am feeling less than inspired. Right now things are going along at an even keel (temporarily I'm sure), so there are no extreme emotional swings to inspire creativity. Its kind of like meatloaf day. Although it might be good, its just not exciting.

The most exciting thing I have going right now is getting my car fixed. The car which has been sitting for months and gathering an impressive coating of dust. The car that I bought on my own without help from anyone. The first car that was just mine and nobody else's. Yes, that car. I have someone wanting to buy it as soon as it is fixed. That may inspire an emotional swing, I tend to get sentimentally attached to my vehicles. When I first moved to Savannah I had a 1983 customized van. Ugliest thing on the face of the earth, but I loved it. I only got rid of it when it was costing more to keep it running than it did just to go ahead and buy a new car. A lot of interesting activities went on in that van. I will never think of Sonic Drive-In in the same way. ;-)

A few interesting activites went on in my car I'm getting ready to sell. I don't think I will share any of that fact that with the person buying it though. It will be a sad day in my house when I finally sign away that car.

9 comments:

markoos said...

looking for trouble eh? i could make a call to the police and lodge a phony harassment report against you if you like?

Just D said...

Yeah go ahead.. I work for lawyers. lol

Steven Swain said...

Customized vans are the shiznit. Sad part is, there's no way not to look like a perv or a dork driving one. Just kidding. ;-)

Just D said...

That is probably true Steve.. I wonder which one I am, perv or dork? ;-)

Odat said...

hmmmmm perv?

Sassan Sanei said...

Perv, dork, what's the difference, but who can forget this classic cinematic oeuvre?

Just D said...

Sassan can you honestly say that you saw that movie?

Sassan Sanei said...

I'm not saying I did and I'm not saying I didn't. All I'm saying is that I am a student of history and The Van was a defining moment in modern western civilization, as represented by its frank and straightforward visual representation of youth angst in the midst of contemporary American culture, or something like that.

Just D said...

You mean kind of like Porky's was a commentary of the problems associated with your everyday high school student?