So.Â Item number one:Â My friend Patti invited me to a 10,000 word challenge.Â And for some reasons that I am still not quite sure of, I agreed that this was a great idea and accepted.Â Therefore, you can expect 10,000 words this month.Â Most of them will probably be random, but whatever.Â Words.
Item number two:Â I am 10 seams away (7 at 22 inches and 3 at 88, but who’s calculating?) from having another finished quilt top.Â Expect to see it soon.
Item number three:Â My bowling season ended last week.Â What the hell am I supposed to talk about if I am not bowling?Â Oh, I remember!Â I signed the whole fam damily, kids and adults, up on the kids bowl free site.Â If you’d like to take your family bowling all summer check them out atÂ kids bowl free.Â Yep, that’sÂ referral link.Â I didn’t get paid for it, but may win a prize if you use it.Â Kids must be 18 or under, and shoe rental may or may not be included depending on what your local bowling center decides.Â The program is nationwide, but it’s up to each alley to participate or not.
And, FINALLY, item number four:Â I took delivery of my new car yesterday.Â It’s a 2018 Nissan Versa SV Limited Edition in Blue Pearl.Â The interior is charcoal.Â This is the very first time I have decided “It’s time for a new vehicle,” done my research, gone to the dealers, conducted multiple test drives, picked out an actual NEW vehicle, financed it myself, and registered it only in my name.Â I feel like such a big girl now!
I did have a bit of help from my partner, who is substantially taller than I am– to wit: he sat in my final two contenders to ensure that he and his equally tall son would fit comfortably in the vehicle.Â If they fit, anyone else I care to let me ride with me will also fit.Â Done deal.
I love that this car drives very much like the Nissan Sentra I’ve been driving, minus the shifting part.Â I was comfortable right away and able to reach intuitively for the major controls.Â Also, it integrates with my phone via Bluetooth.Â Also, I can retire my seat cushion because the driver’s seat is height adjustable, praised be Freyja!Â Also, check out the last picture to see the average MPG on my way home last night.Â WHOA!Â Not quite sure how that happened, since it’s rated at 31 city/ 39 highway and the way home is a combination of both, but I’ll take it.Â The Sentra gets 38ish, so this was a nice surprise.
I’m not sure what her name is yet.Â At first, I thought it would be Jane, because the car is rather plain, but after driving her a bit more, I don’t think that’s quite right.Â She does not drive like a Jane.Â Previous vehicles have been named Beatrice and Matilda.Â Any suggestions?