Wednesday, May 13, 2009

car dreams



I had this weird dream last night. I was in my wedding gown, fully made up, ready to get married. I was in the hotel lobby waiting for the bridal car when I saw this huge 4x4 pull up with flowers on the hood. I remember thinking, who the heck would get that for a bridal car? And then the driver came down and went straight to where I was sitting and said: “ Ms. Rodriguez, are you ready to go?”

I nodded a dazed yes and he helped me get into the huge ride. He proceeded to rev up the engine and then all of a sudden, we became part of a race. And then just when we were about to crash into a wall, I woke up. Hahaha.

That was by far the weirdest dream I’ve had in months. It was probably brought upon by a recent conversation with one of my friends. I was telling her about my frustrations in finding a cheap bridal car and all she could talk about was how she wanted to buy a turbocharger for her ride.

To be honest, I really didn’t know what she was talking about. I know zilch about cars much less about car parts. She was explaining to me how a turbocharger would improve the engine’s efficiency and how it would make her car go faster and how she wanted to race and all that. She asked me to check out for me to personally see what turbochargers actually look like and to see if the site is legit.

Being the good friend that I was (hahaha), I checked it out and actually found it informative. They basically sell car parts (mostly Turbochargers), with full warranty. But aside from that, they have this page called Learning Center, where you could actually read on turbochargers and the like.

The site was really informative and I do think they offer great service. Especially for those of you thinking on adding a turbocharger to your car, I do suggest you check it out. But to be honest, all I can think about right now is booking a bridal car for our wedding, with all hopes that I don’t end up in a race on my way to church. Ahahaha. :)

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