This is a random Throwback Thursday picture with absolutely no meaning in my life whatsoever.  I honestly don’t even know where or when it was taken or what it was supposed to be taken of.

Old Cars PM RW

My best guess, based on the pile it was in, is that my dad took it.  Again, I have no idea why.  I included it here because I liked seeing the old cars.  Plus, when I ran it through PicMonkey I absolutely adored where the light flares and sun spots hit.  So it feels a little retro and artsy to me.

Short and sweet today.

– Joanna

Question of the Day:  What kind of car do you drive?  What was your very first car?  

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  1. Currently – 2007 Hyundai Sonata, black; we would still have our gray 2007 Sonata (the car we brought Junior home in from the hospital) if we hadn’t been hit from behind 18 months ago by a stupid kid texting and driving

    First car I bought – 1991 Geo Prism, light blue; probably would still have that car as a commuter car for Hubby if a drunk driver hadn’t sideswiped it (and 2 other cars on our street) 7 years ago; the car ran great; loved that car except that the A/C didn’t work

    Car which I first learned how to drive – my dad’s commuter car, 1989 or 1991 (?) Oldsmobile Calais, white; eventually the engine or transmission crapped out while my sister was driving it a few years later

    High school driving – either the above mentioned Olds or my parents’ 1990 Dodge Grand Caravan LE, dark gray; fun times

  2. Shout out to Mavis above with her Geo Prizm. My first car was a 1996 Geo Prizm which was also my beloved car until I moved out here. Shortly before I did, the AC also broke, but apparently it just needed some more coolant stuff. It is still (I think) being driven by a college student who apparently loves it enough to have it detailed. (So happy for my first baby.)

    Now I drive a Honda Accord. My only main rule was that it needed to be red, just like my first car. And it is. So there.

    • I’ve never had a red car!! I’ve had two-tone green with a pink oxidizing hood, blue, black, gray if you count when I drove Mike’s Nissan for 2 years, and now white. Well, technically Blizzard Pearl. That’s much fancier.