I felt sad having to say good by to my Jeep Cherokee. My Jeep had been like a friend to me. It went through so many transitions with my family. I went from a married to divorced and single mom with this car. Lots of emotions as I talk about letting go of my divine love. My car I named divine love since it had a license plate DVL for many years.
I headed straight to the Kia dealership where family friends referred me. I met a wonderful sales person who treated me the way I would want to be treated. I brought my family to the dealership the second time and had them look at the Kia Sedona. I must say, they looked very comfortable in that car. I was also happy that I was approved for the loan and now own a midnight black colored Kia family van. I had never even thought one moment about purchasing a new car, but with the new car program at Kia, I could not pass it up.
Now comes the part of the story where I introduced my Jeep to my new Kia. These two family cars hit it off right away. My jeep told Kia of all the lovely excursions it had led us on. It also told the new car the places it should take us. My family and I then waved good by to our old friend and blessed him for all he had done for us. We sent the Jeep with blessings and knew his parts would help some other family. We told him we would never forget him.