If you missed the last entry, we learned that my Kia Soul did not survive a collision, and that was the end of that. (And I’m fine, because we also learned that’s the first question you’ll ask).
I have a new vehicle: a 2015 Subaru Forester.
It has just under 50k miles, and represents a couple notches of improvement im bith size and over-all quality from the vehicle it replaces.
Even so, my payments are about the same. How is that possible?
Turns out I had gap insurance after all.
At least, that is the theory. There are a list of people, office professionals, who were going to contact me and confirm the details, and none of them have done so. Even the down payment check has taken nearly a week to clear.
But, as far as I know, I bought a car for the same money that I owed on the previous one.
I named her Ruby Vroom – refering to the Soul Coughing Album, her color, and her tendency to go faster than you expect. A more complet review coming in a few weeks.
Assuming I still have her, of course.
1000 words of new Taliesin’s Last Apprentice content.
1500 of 2nd draft TLA content
500 words for Thursday Night writer’s group.
500 words for editing Go Action Fun Time material and
1000 words for playtesting Go Action Fun Tie at my house last Sunday. This could become a regular thing.
Missed it by 500 words.
I will live with myself.
Now we know.