the Tacoma in all its former glory

Fairwell, dear Tacoma. You have served me well.

After checking out our budget, Brie and I decided that it was time to part with one of our vehicles. Two car payments (and more importantly, two nice cars) was just more than we needed. Since the Tacoma was worth more, and would sell easier (24 hours from the time I originally posted it, in fact), we decided that it was the one to go.

So, thanks be to God for the privilege of using it, the money we got out of it, and the quick sale. He is good to us. Also, thanks to Him for my parents, who so graciously provided me with an interest-free loan. You can't beat that. Thanks for your generosity, mom and dad.

  1. Tacoma was a great truck…I’m sad to see him go.

    Thankfully I have a hot husband to distract me and I don’t think about the truck much…

    mrs. logan is the author. Jul 27, 20:17 is the time. <
  2. I really liked it and stuff.
    matt is the author. Jul 28, 00:45 is the time. <
  3. 24 hours?! That’s amazing! Where’d you post your ad?

    Nice to see you updating your space regularly :)
    Nik is the author. Jul 28, 02:04 is the time. <
  4. “Where’d you post your ad?”

    Well, that depends on who’s asking.

    If it’s my boss, I posted an ad in the classifieds at the paper where I work. And I paid extra to make it bold and all that.

    If it’s someone else, I may have used some sort of free service, but I just don’t remember for sure.

    Nathan Logan is the author. Jul 28, 12:28 is the time. <
  5. I <3 nathan logan!
    mrs. logan is the author. Jul 28, 21:39 is the time. <
  6. I must say, you definitly have a reserve stock of hooospa to sell that baby.

    But really, I think its a great example to see a christian holding on to this world with a loose hand.

    My props
    antwanray is the author. Jul 31, 01:28 is the time. <
  7. My wife and I tough it out with just one car too, a used 2004 Dodge Stratus. My parents were nice enough to help us with the cost as a wedding present. But yeah, it’d be nice to have another car (or truck). One day man, one day.
    Nathan Smith is the author. Aug 1, 16:39 is the time. <