When you see something you want, and believe it so clearly that it brings forth good-feeling emotions, and from that state, the Law of Attraction says you will attract it as you want it to be or even better.
I wanted a convertible. It would be inexpensive, pampered, four passenger, smooth running engine, easy up and down top, the right color . . . nothing red.
The search began with the first robins were sighted. Maybe rent one? At the only Spokane airport rental offering “specialty” cars like convertibles, the cost was over $2,000 for one month and out of the question. On-line used car dealers turned up a Mustang for $3,000 in Omaha, Neb. Regional used car magazines had a few but all too expensive. A Colville car dealer said they rarely had convertibles, but an in-person visit there showed they did have two, also too expensive.
Calls to used car dealers in the Spokane-Couer d’Alene area found Andrew at Auto Credit in Post Falls, ID, who said, “We have several, but we are detailing one now that isn’t listed. It’s $1990. The color: light gold.”
A week later, on a sunny Monday afternoon, there she was but another man was admiring her, too. She was better looking than I had anticipated.. A test drive showed a few problems. On the freeway, the top down, the driver’s visor keep falling down and finally blew onto the driver’s head. The passenger window was sluggish. One of the new tires was losing air.
Fortunately, the Law of Attraction was at work and had taken me to a used car dealer who does what they say will and take no short cuts. All was repaired, the transmission fixed, too, all for the purchase price. As the manager of O’Reilley’s in Spokane said when we were buying mats, “Among all these places, they seem to be the best.”
So, this morning there she is, all 194,892 miles, a 2000 Chrysler Siebring Convertible, who was once part of a rental fleet. She’s waiting to go on spring and summer adventures to Kuk’s for Taco Tuesday, Silverwood, spring drives, summer picnics, girl’s tour of Northport area, castle included.
Incidentally, two new computer car keys cost $166.00 to make. State tax is $90 per thousand. State Farm Insurance is always affordable with minimum liability and, of course for towing. The odometer works. There is a new radio with ipod ports.
If interested in learning more about the Law of Attraction, there’s a book written by New York Times best-selling authors Esther and Jerry Hicks by that name.