Today we were going to town and we were just talking about everything. I don’t know how we got on the subject of thinking about a new vehicle. Don’t anyone get excited. Vince starts thinking about one maybe five years before he’s ready to buy one.
I went into my discussion about . . it’s hard to think about buying a car down the road when I know you’re not ready yet because we need to kinda know where we’ll be living and make sure it’s a car we can get serviced locally. The closest Honda dealer to us is 90 miles away so you see few Hondas around here and no one wants to work on them.
He didn’t respond.
Then I said . . and you know everything you read says this was the best year Highlander ever made and we’d probably be buying a car not nearly as good as this one . . just newer.
He still didn’t respond.
Then I said . . it’s kinda like talking about where we want to move and everywhere we look, we come back and say “we like it better here!” I’m used to everything here. I’m comfortable here. It’s getting harder to make big changes.
Finally he responded . . it’s like a wife. You never really want to get rid of one because the next one you get may not be as good as the one you traded in.
WHAT? Not a good analogy, Vince. Not good at all.