Ingredients: gold (not yellow!) sweatpants and mock turtle-neck; some orange fabric that my mom made into a poncho and sash for MM; a stick from my UncleTandemBicycle; two pieces of orange tissue wrapping and two pieces of orange art paper folded into fans; two blue cream eye pencils; and a shaved head.
I don't know if you're in the market for a mini-van, but if you are, I can heartily recommend the Kia Sedona.
I am 4'11" and can comfortably drive the Sedona. The driver's seat is adjustable to allow a person as short as I am to reach the pedals, see over the steering wheel, and still sit far enough away from the wheel to not have to shut off the airbag. My husband, at 5'10", also found it comfortable to drive.
I have been able to fit seven people in the car (6 adults and a child), and it seats 6 very comfortably.
Ours was totalled.
And my son, who was in the car, (driver's side, middle set of seats) is totally fine. Not a scratch, not a bruise.
My only injury (aside from a couple of bruises), was from hitting my head on the place where the seatbelt attaches to the wall of the car.
We were both wearing our seatbelts, but the car did what it was supposed to do. My car is a wreck, it will be sold for scrap, but we are fine.
So. If you're in the market for a mini-van. I recommend the Kia Sedona.
but something came up. Home now and doing well. Thanking everybody for their kind words and loving thoughts. Thanking also the great EMTs and the staff at Loudoun Hospital for taking such wonderful care of me.