Expensive Transportation

Expensive (from Wiktionary) – having a high price, cost.

I love my little car.  It takes me everywhere – here it is pictured outside the dentist office.  That day it took me to a doctor’s appointment for some tests, the dentist for a broken tooth, and then to work.  I love the freedom it gives me and how frugal it is on gas.  But I sure wish owning a car wasn’t so expensive.  I don’t have repairs for now – I was blessed to be able to buy a new Honda Civic – but the old car it replaced was really expensive the year before I replaced it.  And that didn’t include the insurance, gas and normal maintenance.

Still, the freedom of having a car is really really nice. 

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I am a backyard adventurer, philosopher and observer, recording my life in journals and photographs. Visit my blog at www.livingtheseasons.com.

2 Comments Leave a comment

  1. They can be expensive to own, but relying on other transportation is rather costly in some ways. The freedom to go when you choose is worth it.

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