Wednesday, May 11, 2005

New Vehicle

This past weekend, we made a purchase.

Click here to watch video. [Quicktime]

10 Comments:

Blogger Steve Garfield said...

Congratulations on the new van!

5/11/2005 11:46 PM  
Blogger Ryan said...

Congrats! Weird... my wife and I just got a "new" van, too, but it was a used 2000 model, and no DVD player. Still, compared to a 14-year-old sedan, it's quite nice.

5/12/2005 12:12 AM  
Blogger Erin said...

Thanks for visiting my blog! We bought a new van when child #2 came on the scene. Definate necessity. In fact, right now the van is having transmission problems and we are having to drive the car. Makes you appreciate the van when the kids are fighting in the back seat (the car seats are close enough so they can hit each other). I loved your vlog and will stay tuned!

5/12/2005 12:22 AM  
Blogger Josh Leo said...

nice....van...Man I have always told myself that I will never own a minivan. But I am scared that it may become a requirement someday when I have a family. I love how Evan was like "Mom! Give me my pacifier back!!!" I am not sure how I feel about dvd players in cars either...anyway...Here's to a new part of your adult life!

5/12/2005 2:16 AM  
Blogger Doug said...

I'm just glad you didn't buy a Hummer!

5/12/2005 5:07 AM  
Blogger Dennis said...

Nice ride. 6-disc DVD changer is unbelievable. Wow. Was Evan wearing a Duke jersey in that video?

5/12/2005 11:20 AM  
Blogger JP Tarver said...

I feel ya. I also have a van, we bought it when my youngest was a year old. It's now been 5 years...we just put in a dvd player because we're going on a road trip this summer. I love having the space...but I always forget that part until I have to drive my husband's Nissan 200sx.

5/15/2005 1:51 AM  
Blogger annie! said...

wow, that's a pretty pimped out minivan. i like this video because your whole family's in it!

5/16/2005 6:56 PM  
Anonymous svdk said...

It is the first time I watch such a video (found on archive.org). I don't really know what to think of it. I'm sure happy for your family, but the whole concept of showing & being proud of an industrial impersonnal materialistic object cofuses me. By the way I don't think it gives a "old" effect; in contrary I would rattach a van to youth, with the freedom it represents, even though the DVD player expresses quite something else.
Greetings from France
(that might explain english poor expression quality)

5/19/2005 3:59 PM  
Blogger Verdi said...

"This is not by beautiful car"

5/21/2005 12:33 PM  

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