Thursday, June 4, 2015


     I am a sentimental person and yesterday was a little bit sad. We sold Theodore our trusty Montero. I didn't realize how sad I was about the prospect of selling him but I cried a little. There are a lot of memories attached to that vehicle.
     Like the weekend I met my love and his family. My brother, dear friend, and I had road tripped up to the wonderful town I now call home to get my brother registered for school. We stayed with the Williams family, some friends of friends. My love(who was then a new acquaintance) gave us the grand tour of the town as well as a driving us around on adventures all weekend.

My Love Luke, The Lovely Keren Ruth, me, and Jordan.
(Photo credit to Emily Holter, the dear friend who accompanied Jordan and I on the trip)

       Then I decided to move up and go to school as well. Luke and I started dating and thus he and good ole Theodore would pick me up for dates and rides to church.  When Luke and I got engaged, I was living back at my parents house. I didn't have a car and so Luke let me use Theodore that summer. As Luke pointed out the other evening, Theodore was really my first car.
       Luke and I said I do and packed up Theodore for our trip North to our first home.
(I think photo credits for this one go to my Dad, Rohn)
      Good times and good memories. Theodore, you will always be remembered fondly!!!

“Nothing is ever really lost to us as long as we remember it.” ~L.M Montgomery


  1. Yeah. There sure a lot of good memories with that vehicle!

  2. I didn't realize you had sold it. It was fun to recap all the places you had gone with it. I can understand being a little sad.