What a fun shot and it is an unexpected color on the car.
What a strange color for a car, especially since only men drive (it could be the beginning of a pimpmobile though).
Today I just saw a bright purple Hummer with matching rims! These vehicles could possibly be owned by women, who cannot drive their own cars in this country.
Susie, this is only the 2nd very pink car I've seen (saw one on the road in California). A Hummer, that's gotto be an American, lol! I don't think I could live where you do -I would constantly in a state of rebellion if I couldn't drive my own car!! So, I'm wishing you lots of grace and stamina to be your own person!
Hi Emilie - Not being allowed to drive here is definitely a challenge and it makes transportation my biggest obstacle to enjoying a fuller life here. I do plenty of complaining and I have written many posts about women's right to drive. Considering that I have only been here 4.5 years, in that time I have seen some hopeful signs of great progress being made for women, even though to the outside world it appears slow and backward. The most exciting change for me has been the employment opportunities that have opened up for women. Thanks for your comment!
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Interesting shade of lilac!
My four-year old great niece would adore this brightly colored car! :)
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