I was driving toward home after work tonight and needed to make a little detour to pick up a few things from Target when I noticed this car in front of me.
"Gods Kar." I figured that following God was probably a good thing. I wouldn't want to follow too close, though, and rear end God, so I hung back a little after I got this photo while stopped at a light. It's funny, but I never figured God would have stuffed animals in the back window of his (her?) car, did you?
Had I thought about it before, I would have assumed God drove an American-made car, but I would have guessed Ford. My dad passed away a little over a year ago, and I wondered for a minute if this might be his way of communicating--letting me know that he's keeping an eye on me. But no, it surely would have been a Ford if that had been the case. Still, Buick's American made, right? Then I thought, "Maybe God has a car in every country--and in each country, he has a car that's MADE in that country." That would surely make it much easier than trying to get cars across oceans, mountains, borders, etc. And, I suspect, there's probably a God's Jet or two somewhere as well for those occasions when a car just won't do. I'm pretty sure God wouldn't fly a commercial airline, particularly now that the airlines are having such problems, and I would hate to think of him (her?) flying economy class, squeezing into one of those center seats with no arm or leg room. Not to mention getting patted down at the airport and arriving late everywhere.
Before my thoughts got any deeper, though, it was time for me to turn off into the Target parking lot. God kept going. I bet he (she?) was heading to WalMart.