When I upgraded to a new Mustang, watch hockey online free mobile my wife took over my old Toyota Tacoma.  She was only going to drive my truck for a few months until she found a new car, but it’s been a year now and she won’t give it up.  She likes sitting up high while she drives and having the bed for dirty cleats.  Not to mention having four-wheel-drive in the winter, which can be quite helpful when battling Northeastern blizzards.  Now I don’t necessarily want to have to buy a new car, but the truck is starting to have problems and I think we should get rid of it before it dies.  My wife recently became the assistant coach of our son’s soccer team, so she usually has to transport soccer balls, cones, jerseys, first aid kits, and water jugs to practice.  Mini vans have a ton a space, but she loves having the truck bed; and it really can fit a lot.  Honestly, I think she is just in denial of becoming a mini van driving soccer mom.  We’re a younger, hip couple, so I don’t think she is ready to trade in her older bohemian lifestyle for a new conventional, boring one.  I can sympathize with her; I bought a Mustang.Well marriage is all about compromise, and by compromise I mean keeping misses pleased, so I think we will be getting another pick up.  My main concern is protecting the contents in the truck bed from rain and snow.  Sure, the bed is great for muddy cleats and dirty gear, but what about groceries?













A whole load of groceries won’t fit in the cab and we still need to eat, even on days of inclement weather.  “A mini van can definitely fit a ton of groceries inside,” I commented to my wife, but of course she had a response. She always does.  “Two words.  Tonneau covers,” she replied.  Tonneau covers are solid panels that cover pick up truck beds.  Well, I guess she has everything figured out, I just hope she doesn’t come crying to me when she wishes she had more interior space.  Who knows, maybe soccer moms will start rebelling and dominate the pick up truck market.
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