The Spoken Written Goal

I bought a 2500 heavy-duty Chevy 6.6 L diesel truck. It was beautiful did everything I needed. but it just didn’t feel right. I traded in my 2007 Ford F250 for the 2013 6.6 L diesel truck. The kids didn’t quite have the room. And it wasn’t the truck I dreamed about. I was joking around with my brother-in-law before I bought the Chevy. And he told me “you know a Ford just wants to work” But the Chevy truck when you get it after a hard days work it gives you a hug as it’s telling you I’ll take you home everything will be all right. (I was stoked) I had to have a Chevy. Three months later there’s a dent in the side of my new truck, what happened? I leaned against it to unhook the hitch in the bed. (5th weel) my chest pushed it in. I didn’t love this truck, I was mad at myself because I didn’t spend a little bit more money to get what I dreamed about. Two days later I found a piece of paper  I wrote back in in 2011, it told me a goal that I must achieve. At the top the list I had wrote 2012 Ford F350 lariat attempts to fall in love with my Chevy I put about $2000 worth of extras on. Bed cover, running boards, cts edge programmer, leather seat covers, carpet protector. I also took the loss of $3000 from the trade in of the Chevy to my new 2014 Ford F350 lariat. all in totaled I lost $5000 to achieve my dream. By the way I wouldn’t change a thing. I find the failure is my best friend when it allows me the knowledge and experience to do, be and have what I desire. The story my brother-in-law told me, It wasn’t true my Chevy was a codependent pile of Poop and every time I see somebody driving their Chevy, I have nothing but compassion for their poor decision. The truth, if you want to come home as a man to be loved by your family there is only one choice. safety the comfort and the power. -ford – I believe that everybody Should drive Chevy truck so they can know exactly why Ford is the best. (I’m fairly certain that I saw in the dictionary next to the word Security a picture of a Ford F350 it simply said “yep” lol Thanks Team

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Ford Social Hey Rob, glad to see you're back in your Ford for good! We're hoping you continue to reach for your goals. Don't forget to enjoy the ride along the a way! - Ford Social Team
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