It's a brand new silver Kia Spectra, and while it won't be fully paid off until 2010 and while it wasn't the car we set out to buy, and it was more than we intended to pay for a car, it's a nicer first car than I ever expected to be able to drive, and it's not nearly as stressful as I expected the process could be.
See, this is the trouble with being tight regarding big purchases. You start to wonder if it was the right decision, well after you can't change things. As I sat in the waiting room while Jamie and Autumn completed many forms, adverts for new Hondas and Toyotas were cropping up, where their payments per month would be less than ours ended up being, with a similar warranty and a 'better' car, in terms of brand name alone.
But seeing I haven't even driven yet, all I know is that this purchase makes me want to drive very soon. And I feel very sorry for Tacoma when that happens. So long as I don't start to drive on the other side of the road - I don't think I'd want to pick up that British habit.
Still a thousand other things to do to settle in. Tomorrow's another day to try to get some of them out of the way.