I’m always adding to my own bucket list – send flowers for no reason, visit Vermont in the fall, attend a murder mystery night at a bed and breakfast and run a marathon.
Inspired by the folks over at autoblog who aspire to learn to drift and drive their cars at 200 mph, I have created my own car bucket list.
#1 Re-enact the Ferris Bueller’s Day Off parade scene.
A float isn’t technically a car, but I think my best day ever would involve me singing without reservation in a parade. If I got to drive Cameron’s dad’s car to the parade? Even better.
#2 Buy a car by myself.
This is cheating because I have totally already done this. The car I own now, I walked into a dealership and bought without a parent or man with me. Just me.
#3 Get my interior cleaned by someone else.
I don’t mind vacuuming my car, but no matter what, I simply cannot get the Diet Coke stain out of my car seats! My birthday is in a few weeks, hint!
#4 Drive across the country.
It seems like such a romantic way to see the country. Driving with no schedule, just stopping when we were tired. I doubt this will happen til I am drawing social security and riding in an RV.
#5 Buy a car with cash.
I hate car payments and hope to never have one again. I also hope that doesn’t mean I have to buy my cars in a junk yard.
What’s on your car bucket list?
LWTK’s mommy blogger, Sarah, is attempting to be a good mama to little Henry, wife to Shea, full-time employee and part-time grad student all while avoiding making dinner from a box every night. In her non-existent free time, she’s running, eating popcorn and blogging about it all at The Gatsby Diaries.