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Sold…to the highest bidder! Well, the first person that actually called Ian and made a great offer. It was officially gone on Friday as we handed the keys over. A tear or two was shed…not for the Jeep, but the memories it represented.
Make out sessions when dating (sorry mom!)
Ian asked me to marry him in it…later proposing to me with a ring at Cascade Springs which he drove crazy up the canyon in that Jeep.
Driving to and from Texas twice in that super loud and bouncy Jeep.
Last summer driving for the first time with the top off.
Letting Ian’s little brother drive it before he got his license.
Trying to fit our kid and his stroller in the back seat with the diaper bag in my lap cause there was no more room…hence our fun new car with 4 doors AND a trunk!

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    May 15, 2007 at 10:34 pm

    Oh Amy…I think we all have memories of Ian and the Jeep…most likely not as good as yours though. Think of the memories that your new car, not to mention the room in the new car, will allow you to create. Love you.

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    May 16, 2007 at 1:15 am

    that’s so sad=0( but the reason it’s gone couldn’t be any better. one day maybe you guys will be able to get one of those 4 door ones. if i wasn’t so spoiled by the room in my suv…i’d totally get one. and where’s a cute pic of his royal sweetness?? love ya!

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    May 16, 2007 at 3:32 pm

    My husband had a white jeep just like yours..we have some similar memories in our jeep including the make out sessions 😉
    I cried and cried when he sold it. He regrets it occasionally now 4 years later but with a family it is impossible!
    Enjoy your new vehicle…make sure you scrapbook about your jeep….it’s a good memory to have!

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