Saying Goodbye and my New Car

Ok, so this weekend has been a rollercoaster of emotions for me.
I am a really emotional person generally, and I wear my heart on my sleeve all the time – which sometimes I think is not a great thing, as I end up getting hurt super easily – oops – slightly digressing there!
I was quite late to the driving game (for various reasons, money being one of them) but when I did pass my driving test, I bought my car outright.
I was super proud of myself for saving up and being able to buy a car myself, with no financial help from anyone. It may have only been a little Ford Fiesta, but she was my Ford Fiesta – all mine!
But this weekend, we said goodbye. After 9 years of driving my little Fiesta, I knew it was time to say goodbye, and get a new little car, something that was more modern, with fewer miles on the clock and would be more economical for me.
My boyfriend and I had been ‘car shopping’ for a few weekends now, and I spotted a car that I fell in love with and was a really good price. I took it for a test drive, and that was it – I knew it was the perfect car for me.

Ok, so before I tell you (or show you what car I got) – I just need to let you all know that I am not a person who is bothered by having ‘big, expensive’ things in my life.


So, here is my new baby – she is a Ford KA – which I know to a lot of people is not anything to get excited about (please see my above comment)

I totally love my new car – it feels super easy to drive and I am so in love with the colour.

But saying goodbye to my old car was really hard – I may have had a few tears – I don’t know – am I being totally stupid to be emotional about a car?!? My old car meant a lot to me, not just as a car, but as a way of being independent financially and also as a person – not having to rely on others to take me places etc. – my car gave me the freedom I needed if that makes any sense at all.

My old car has gone and I now have my amazing new baby – which makes me very excited and very happy.




Does anyone get emotional about their car like me? Let me know in the comments.

2 Comments

  1. 09/01/2017 / 12:33 pm

    There is absolutely nothing wrong about getting emotional about saying Bye to a car. I felt very sad when I waved off my 205, less so with my 306 as I just didn't like, was glad to see the back of my old Xsara, but when I have to give up my Polo I'm going to cry like a 5 year old with a dropped ice cream!

    • 09/01/2017 / 1:22 pm

      Awe thank you Katie – that is a really lovely thing to say. I'm glad I'm not the only one who gets emotional about things x

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