Skip to content


  1. Aric
    March 18, 2012 @ 4:05 pm

    I love the Elise so much I would even put up with the safety green if someone gave it to me. Though I would rather have the Exige Ronin or the Elise 340R… But I digress.

    Which I do a lot.

    Very nice post too. I have been reminding myself to get more sleep too. Between the day job using so much of my day, then trying to stay on the WIP until I feel I have accomplished something, I might get five hours of sleep. That’s too little. A person ends up missing the twilight completely. You fall more into a light coma, and when you wake, you actually have to rely of caffeine, adrenaline and sugar. Which does nothing to help the “waste” line. Besides that all of that sugar turns into alcohol in your system anyway and makes you lightly drunk all day.

    ;-) (meaning: I’ll stop now)


    • theresa
      March 19, 2012 @ 11:56 am

      Great comment! Although it does make me realize my life is a tragic farce until I can own an Exige Ronin…to think, until your comment, I thought I was content only longing for the regular Exige. WHAT A FREAKISHLY BEAUTIFUL CAR!

      Yeah, I would have to take a safety green one, too, but I might have to rattle-can it black until “something could be done.”

      Laughing at the caffeine, adrenaline and sugar diet. I’ve been there. And you do miss the twilight! I have to add, no sleep makes me feel lightly drunk all day, too.

      Effing day jobs! I was in a meeting yesterday (yes! Sunday!) until 9 at night. Absolutely no chance even to GLANCE at the WIP. *siiiiiggggghhhhh*

      ;) back!



      • Aric
        March 22, 2012 @ 3:55 pm

        The 340R Elise made me actually design a car of my own. Maybe if I can make a go of my books then I can think about doing that someday…

        But here I am at 40 and still don’t have my Esprit yet. (Always wanted to stuff a Lamborghini V12 in one LOL)


        • theresa
          March 24, 2012 @ 10:47 am

          Ooo–yes–we have a 1970 Triumph GT6+ that we’re going to stuff a modern engine in…’s an AWESOME car, but it’s not an Elise…..ah, First World problems. ;)


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.