I only know that she has had it since new and that its purchase is something
of a story - something to do with her previous husband. The only condition
I made on the sale was for her to relate the story and allow me to scan some
of her pictures to document on my web site.
I suspect that to her, the MG represents freedom and carefree times.
Carefree if you have a functioning fuel pump and don't drive at night
anyway. Giving it up may mean "losing" that connection. I know that for
every 2000 mile long motorcycle trip I take, I reride it at least a million
miles worth during the winter. I think it may be similar for her.
I'm thinking that my MG is going to send her MG some roses for Valentine's
From: email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]On
Behalf Of Bill Saidel
Sent: Thursday, February 07, 2002 4:11 AM
To: Randy Trautman
Subject: Re: One Begets Another - Stalled
What travail...there is a story here about someone who is
amazingly attached to a "piece of shaped metal". Sorry you lost it, but
maybe only temporarily.
Do you know why she is so attached to it? Is the story
interesting? If not private, tell all. I'm on pins and needles.
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