Tuesday, December 02, 2008

The Story of Smurfette

Once upon a time, this fair lady had a Toy Taco (Toyota Tacoma) and Paco (said vehicle) was but three years of age. And although Paco was a good boy, he had a growl in his throat that no one could figure out what was causing it from day one. Also, Paco had lately started being onery and not shifting gears when he should. So lady went to town just to look at other carriages, but lo and behold a beautiful girl, Smurfette (as she has been so aptly named) winked and smiled at her and with her winsome charms made the fair lady want to purchase her. The carriage dealer set lady up with no money down and enticed her with the knowledge that her monthly payment would actually be less than what she was paying for Paco. Poor Paco was traded, but he went quietly and hopefully he will be repurchased by a loving, caring owner. So goodbye Paco the Toy Taco and Hello Smurfette.




7 comments:

Tracy said...

YIPPY, you got a new ride too ...... how cool is that, we've both got new one's.
My old car's name was Birdie (cause of her pmts being a burden at the time, haha). Well this Sequoia has a big pmt so I'm not sure yet what his name is gonna be, I'll think of something though. haha ...
Have a great evening my friend!

DysFUNctional Mom said...

Oooh, she's purty!

Tracy said...

Yeah, that's a picture I snapped of my tree. I had some shots of the whole tree but to me that shot was the prettiest.
Hope you're having a good night. Our's is ok, my parents just left a few minutes ago. Found out next Wed. my uncle (dad's brother) is having surgery in B'ham to remove his whole stomach, he has stomach cancer. Soooo scary. So next Wed. we're gonna go with my parents and be there for the surgery. My uncle and aunt aren't holding up to strong about all this, they're doing lots of crying. I hate so bad they have to go through this.
I never knew that a person could survive without their stomach ...
talk to you later

Tracy :-)

GingerJar said...

I love your Smurf name...too cute. Wish I could get a new vehicle. I have an old paid for ride...."Old Red"...and 9 year old Ford PU with extended cab and not nearly enough crome to be pretty. However, I like the paid for part, and I deal with all the little grimlins an old vehicle dishes out...especially since Dave is so good with mechanical and electrical stuff.

renee said...

Lovely little smurfette. Congrats!

Blarney said...

Smurfelicious!

PS - No more posting till Monday ~ I'm still trying to get caught up!

bloggingexperiments said...

Smurfette...I remember watching the Smurfs. I name my cars too, what fun. Right now I drive a bright red suburban dubbed The LancerBurb by my son's high school cross country team (the school color is red and their mascot, well, the Lancers of course).