I'm a grandma of one about to be of three come this June and drive a 2012 Dodge Challenger. I feel as though I have earned it and love driving it. What do you think?
This pic is of the 2009 I traded in. I will get the new pics up soon.
Absolutely! I'm glad you're driving something you love.
Be careful at the lights though... I know how tempting those challengers can be off the line
No problem..! As long as it doesn't endanger you. By the way, how fast have you driven the sport car ? & What is the top speed of the car ?
The new car I haven't had much time to play, because I've been sick. The one pictured above I have had at 120 my husband had at 140. The odometer stops at 160, but I'm sure it goes faster. The 2012 is built to go faster, so when I get better it will be play time.
..sure...go for it...grandma can do anything she wants
by ptosis 13 months ago
Fck - I did. I knew it would upset me. And it did. But I think I forced myself to watch this stuff so it doesn't seem like a 'Games of Thrones' episode. I've seen the truck plowing in Europe and it got me upset . But not as much as this.
by Heather Edgens 5 years ago
I am thinking about pulling out some of my grandma's old recipes, cause she could cook unlike any other person I know... A skill I certainly did not inherit... And I'd like some advice before I put up these hubs...What do you think is better? One recipe per hub or a say 5 recipes using the same...
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