Our pastor said it from the pulpit one time,
"Tyler _____________ walks in God's favor."
And he was totally right.
(I mean, he's got me.... ;-)
He gets green lights.
If we order the same thing at a restaurant, his will be good; mine? eh, not so much.
He has been stopped by the police more times than I have,
but he's never gotten a single ticket,
no matter the offense,
(I, on the other hand, have gotten a ticket every.single.time.)
And when he needs a new vehicle,
God always provides a good one, for a great price.
Both of his vehicles
(we've gotten to the stage where neither are very reliable, so he had to have 2,
in hopes of having 1 working one...)
are in bad shape, barely limping along.
Needing more work than they're worth...
So, about a month ago, he finally started looking for something newer.
(they were both '92s)
On Saturday, he found a 2011 Sonata (he'd actually only been looking for as new as 2008) for a good price.
It was in NWA, so he asked T if he might be able to take a look at it.
The seller hadn't planned on showing it to anybody 'til Monday (and that's what he told all of his other callers)
but he let T look at it on Sunday.
TJ felt like it was a really good deal, so Tyler decided to go for it.
And last night, we made a quick run to F'ville,
to purchase his sweet new ride.
He said it's a little out of his league, what with the fancy bluetooth.
(and a windshield that he can actually see out of)
Isn't it just like God
to provide him with a car even better than what he was looking for?
and for less than the Kelly Blue Book price?!