Callum had been spending the summer working on a Mustang that he had found for really cheap. He was working on fixing it up, but winter was coming and he did not have it finished yet. He tried to convince his wife Kathy that he could move his car into the garage while it was snowing and they could park their car on the driveway.
Jill and her son Cole were driving to their Lenexa storage facility to hide the present that Cole bought for his dad. He bought him a new golf club set and there was no place to hide it at home. Cole was so excited about Christmas this year.
Mr. Lenxs class wanted to enter into a solar car building competition. There were high schools from all over the country that built a solar car and had a race. They could have a teacher sponsor them and help supervise them, but the students had to be the ones responsible for building them.
Sandra was looking for Merriam Car Storage . Her son was turning twenty four at the end of the month. She told her son Jordan that if he graduated college she would buy him a car. He would be the first person in their family to graduate. Her and her husband had not gone to college.
Jean loved to drive her car. She had lived alone for the past thirteen years. Ever since her husband died of a hear attach. She loved to go down to the super market or to bingo at the hall on Thursday nights. She loved the ability to go where she wanted when she wanted.
Katie woke up with such a headache. She could not understand why her leg would not move, and why she felt so light headed. When she got her eyes open she realized that she was in a hospital. She moved her head over to see whose head was lying on her bed.
Josh was so sneaky when it came to Christmas presents it drove his wife Sasha crazy. It was impossible to keep him from snooping around, and if he did not find it he looked at their bank account to see where she had been.
Caleb was turning twenty one today. He was so excited to be celebrating with all the people that he loved in his life. His mom and dad were taking him out to lunch, and his friends were throwing him a party tonight.
Some people say that turning sixteen is a rite of passage for teens. Driving becomes a responsibility to be taken very seriously. Having a car is not as fun as it always seems. Most people can not afford to pay for their childrens car insurance.