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We sold my Prius today. It was only 6 years old. That may seem like an old car to some people. But we generally drive our car to well over 100,000 miles, and then give the car away.

It was a bit sad to see my car go, but at least it’s going to a pastor who is going to benefit from it. The Prius has served us well.

Our perspective is now changing as we get older. I want a safe car to drive. So we are waiting for our Tesla. We ordered before PT and my brother and both of them already got their cars.

We are not early adopters as my son is (He got his Tesla 3 when it first came out), but we eventually sign on. And then now we have to wait because everyone else jumped on the bandwagon.

We also never lease a car. It seems like a waste to pay rent and not own anything at the end of 3 years. Well, last year, we leased a car for our daughter. It felt very uncomfortable. But it’s good to get out of your comfort zone.

The thing I like the least about Christmas is getting presents for my family, namely my own kids! I like the part of making a little thing to give to people. Last year it was Ayurvedic tea. This year is Emeril’s Essence.


But for my kids, it has to be specific and personal. It has to be just what they want because Santa always knows what they want. That’s the way it’s been when they were young, and there continues to be an expectation. It’s stressing me out because Santa doesn’t know anymore. Santa doesn’t go shopping except on Amazon.


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