Since my last post I have quit my fantastic job at Morrisons, packed up my life into teeny tiny little boxes and it has become common knowledge that I am moving to the Big Apple.
Today happens to be my last day in the office, so I am saying goodbye to all of my co-workers, business contacts, and my beloved smart. I've been driving this little cutie for over 2 years, and I didn't realise how attached I was to it, until today I had to say goodbye. It has always interested me the relationship people develop with their cars. For a lot of people, a car is not just a mode of transport.
I have seen this especially highlighted during my time at Morrisons and working on the Mercedes-Benz brand where customers have been dreaming about the moment they can own their very own Mercedes for a long time. In some cases, since they were a child.