Well click here if you don’t for a little refresher 🙂
But three weeks ago I went back to try again and this time with great success. I was much more prepared and knowledgable. I was determined not to let my previous experience deter me and frankly I needed a car.
So after taking some time to get myself prepared I went to the first dealership and worked with my favorite salesman Ryan. He’s the best, go visit him at Classic Honda! I was able to get the same car at a better rate and on my own. No cosigner needed. I was able negotiate a deal I was proud of and drove off the lot knowing I had achieved my goal.
People always laugh when I tell them my car has a name but I’m big on symbolism and I believe firmly that EVERYTHING that happens in our life is for a specific purpose and reason. SO the here’s story behind the name Montana.
My sister came up with the name and I kind of laughed at first because I thought to myself another state, well Dallas is a city but you get my point. But then I thought about how hard I’ve been working to make sure this time was successful and praying that God would see me through. I realized it’s really been a long road. And it came to me. Montana is almost a day and half worth of driving. I know this is going to sound dramatic, but if I had to drive for a day and half to see my hard work come to fruition then I would go the distance. I began to reflect on all my goals and dreams for just this year alone and realized I’m willing to go the distance for anything if it means finding success. Suddenly the name Montana didn’t sound so silly after all. Corny, I know, but everything happens for a reason and for the past few weeks things have fallen into place in ways I could never have imagined. I feel prepared what’s to come and it’s because I’ve been preparing!
Montana and I are going the distance and I can’t wait to see what lies ahead.
MYDirective: When at first you don’t succeed try try again, and again, and again until you get it right but never give up.
Stay tuned for TiniandTanaTakeATL 🙂