Back in January, I blogged about my top 5 goals for 2012. Along with reading through the entire Bible, finishing my novel, and reading Gone with the Wind, one of my goals was to be able to buy a car.
Part of being accountable for goals is reporting on your progress.
So I think it’s time you knew…
That’s my baby (post title got ya, didn’t it?) As you might guess, I’m pretty excited.
I’ve learned so much about mechanics, business, and stewardship throughout the search and purchase process. But all cylinders, gauges, gears, hoses, and gadgets aside, a car is so much more than a box on wheels.
To put it in the words of Captain Jack Sparrow:
“It’s not just a keel and a hull and a deck and sails. That’s what a ship needs. But what a ship is–what a ship really is–is freedom.”
It’s come in different forms throughout history: a horse, a camel, a buggy, a bicycle, a stagecoach, a Model T. But getting your first one opens up whole new horizons. The opportunity to go new places, accept new work, and expand your reach is a timeless experience.
It feels like progress, it feels like love, it feels like…
Do you remember getting your own first car/mode of transportation? What was that first taste of freedom like for you?