Blog: Introducing The Tisha Lee!!! Wowee!!!

Blog: Introducing The Tisha Lee!!! Wowee!!!

Let me start out by telling you a few things about me:

  • I am not flashy.
  • I am not sporty.
  • I am cost conscious.
  • I have a license.
  • I don't drive.
  • I don't like to drive.
  • I live in New York City with convenient, extensive, easy and affordable public transportation.
  • I work from home.

That's about all you need to know about me to appreciate this blog. With all of that being said about me, and all of it being 100% true... LET ME TELL YOU ABOUT MY BRAND NEW CAR!

On the morning of May 2, 2017, I flew home from Charlotte after a wonderful p2P LIVE Event in Asheville. I had called my son while in transit from the airport to home so that he can be waiting outside to help me with my luggage. As I was paying the taxi, my husband called and was talking to me on the phone. I was fumbling with my purse while my son took my bags out of the trunk and carried them to the porch. A brand new Lexus was sitting in the driveway. At the time I saw it, I had no idea it was a Lexus and didn't know exactly how new it was. I just knew it looked really new and pricey, and my son was standing too close to it. I was trying to talk to my husband on the phone while yelling at my son to get away from our neighbor's car. Little did I know, this car did not belong to a neighbor. After much confusion, my husband explained that the car was, in fact, all mine. He said it was an early birthday present.

Fast forward a bit. I love my new car. I would have never purchased this car for myself. I surely would have purchased a used car. That being said, I am very appreciative that my husband went out of his way to get me such a lavish birthday gift. He has clearly realized he is married to a Queen. ;-)

Every great car needs a name. I decided to call my sweet ride Tisha Lee. As I went to sleep that night, the name Tisha Lee kept coming to mind. I don't know why, but I thought it would be a cool name for a car. It also honored the legacy of my three deceased grandparents - Tisha Mae Andrews, Dora Lee Lucky and Eddie Lee Lucky. I know the three of them will keep me safe.

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