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A year of Felicity

A year ago I was handed the keys to my toy car, and was expected to drive myself home.

A year.

Already.

In which I have done 10,000km and spent about €1000 on repairs and parts and all the while haven't actually travelled more than about 30km from home. Just back and forth to work a lot.

But as muc as she can be strange, annoying, freaky, noisy, and worry-inducing... I do have a soft spot for the ancient car that taught me to drive. Nobody else did. It was Felicity and Mom's ghost.

Felicity photo
How not to take corners.

And driving home today, at about the same time, it was a fair bit lighter.

Felicity evening dashboard
GPS is correct, speedometer is gonzo.

 

 

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