Was this a sign?I mean, was this a sign we would find a car for McKay? Right on this very corner was the Sacramento mission office that had 6 used cars for sale.
We had bought 2 cars from the Fresno mission in the past which we have been very pleased with. However, our mission has been out of used cars for a while now, so it was worth it to us to drive the 3 hours into Sacramento.
Plus it was our 10th anniversary.
Den and I would actually get teary eyed just saying that.
We feel so blessed to have found each other.
So he took me away for a few days to celebrate. And to possibly find a car with the insurance money, to replace the one that was totaled while McKay was sleeping. If you remember that story.
We had 6 cars to choose from,
but Dennis felt this one was the best.
Excuse me while I put pictures here
so McKay can see what it looks like.We like buying formerly used mission cars.
We know they are well taken care of,
always doing oil changes on time, etc.
And the price is always more than fair.
The missions try to sell them near 50,000 miles...this one has 48,000.
I had an unrelenting headache the entire weekend. I rarely get headaches and when I do, I have my little cures for them. But nothing worked this time.
Richard and Wendy, and also Bret and Whitney were in Sacramento this past weekend too. We so much wanted to see them, along with Hailey and Jason, but it didn't work out.
We did enjoy our hotel room in Rancho Cordova.
This time I took pictures before we messed it up.
Unlike last time. I always feel more at home with a kitchen in our room.
We came home with some clothes we found at the outlet stores.
It felt so good to shop without a broken foot, even with a headache.
I saw the sign below at the mission office.
Maybe it was my headache, but I had to ask what it meant.