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It’s becoming a more common thing for Jody and I to find ourselves helping clients and family members figure out how to say goodbye to homes they’ve loved: how to downsize, let go of things, and move on. We’ve had to do it too, in many different forms, and I was recently reminded how hard that decision can be. Sometimes a thing is not just a thing.
This time around, it was my car I had to part with. My Honda CR-V that I had owned, maintained, and loved for 13 of its 14 years needed $4,500 of repairs, and we couldn’t justify that expense. The fact that it seemed destined to end up as parts is what wrenched my heart.
I bought it in 2005, tired of being stranded by my 9-year-old Saturn sedan, and tired of hauling around my two big dogs on cloth seats that soaked up every molecule of wet dog smell. I bought the Honda SUV for reliability, safety, and space, but the dogs disagreed with my plan for keeping them in the cargo area. They were used to lounging on the seats and hanging their heads out the window, and that’s just how it was going to be. I bought a seat cover.
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