This is what he came home with...
(Yes, the poor man drives a mini-van to work...the less said on that subject, the better!)
The bumper is missing, a portion of the grill, and the front headlight. Now it matches the other side, which also had a close encounter with 3 deer, and is also crushed in. We also had to replace that front headlight, as well as a tail light from Luke's attempt to back out the car from the garage, but that's another story.....
I gotta tell ya, I am so proud of the fact that Loren can continue to drive this
That takes more than great self esteem...that takes big Kahoonas, in my book. These are the things he does to take care of his family, putting his own needs on the back burner to make sure that ours are met.
He is Awesome. With a capital A.
But now that we have managed to indent 3 of the 4 sides of the Milk Wagon, as I affectionately call it, I'm thinking that we will need to start looking for another used car. Otherwise the next time he hits a bump in the road, I'm afraid the whole car is going to fall apart.
Thank you, sweetie, for always going above and beyond for your family; for putting your pride aside and putting your family first.
You are our hero!
Your family xxxooo