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Monday, March 22, 2010

Our New Addition!

Well, it's all official. I feel more complete now as a person. I can cross one thing off my Bucket List :) Any and all that know me will not surprised at all. This is something I have wanted for a long time. . . I want to introduce you to the newest addition of our family. . .

We haven't decided what to name her yet. I like Roxy, Porscha, or Frankie :)








Wait for it. . . . .

ISN'T SHE A BEAUTY??
I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE VW Bugs. . .old and new. I owned a Blue '03 turbo beetle before my transplant. We sold it along with my other two 'classic' bugs. I have wanted another one since the day I sold them. It was a little tricky getting this baby, but she is gorgeous. She is a Black 2008 Beetle. She has cream interior, heated leather seats, automatic transmission with triptronic (manual shift option), sun roof, CD, Ipod compatible, Monsoon sound system, 18" rims, and a spoiler fin. She is young with only 30,000 miles :)

I am glad I lived long enough to finally own another BUG. I feel complete now. Now I really am a Jamiebug! So if anyone finds a super cute BUG thing or accessory for my baby, feel free to send it my way~ Tomorrow she will be sporting a tattoo on her back side "Be Someone's Hero Butterfly Decal" :)

She isn't a "real" baby, but I love her already! Oh and a super cool added perk. Next weekend is Bugfest here in Phoenix. There is a swap, car shows, and bug races! Alot of VW's will be there and we will too!

(Oh and by the way, don't put any ribbon magnets on your car. I had one on my old car a "Breathe for CF" one and it stained the paint!) FYI

Save a life * Be Someone's Hero * Be an Organ Donor

3 comments:

Piper said...

Super cute! I like Frankie as a name.

Cammi said...

Soooooo cute! How fun! Now you can be out and about during the day? I hope so! It looks so fun to drive that cute little thing!

Phee said...

Love the bug! It is very appropriate. I hope you are out enjoying it right now. :) I vote Frankie.

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