I hopped in my 2012 Nissan LEAF the other evening and took a much-needed trip over to the Chicago Botanical Garden. it’s a treat I give to myself every once and a while, and the stress relief is awesome while plowing my way through the “Farm Dinner” event.
I’m a marketing manager for the Old Orchard Shopping Center, and I also volunteer for WRD Environmental. In other words, I’m pretty busy. I barely have time to charge my 2012 LEAF, as a matter of fact. That’s something I don’t ever want to forger, however, because the 2012 Nissan LEAF runs solely off the electric motor. There’s not even a tailpipe on it, so it definitely works with my eco-friendly lifestyle.
Anyway, as I approached the Botanical Garden on Skokie Highway, I got a glimpse of the tables lined up outside and caught the aroma of garden-fresh cooking. The tables, set in the Regenstein Fruit & Vegetable Garden, were beautifully arrayed and included fresh cut flowers as decoration. The meal was delicious, and I learned a lot about the midwestern farm and locally grown food connection.
The stress of being a single woman with two jobs is only mildly assuaged by the 2012 LEAF. If you haven’t ever tried an electric car, you ought to stop by your Phoenix Nissan dealer and check one out. They’re not what I was expecting, I’ll tell you that much, and I’m certainly saving thousands of dollars a year on gas.
When I had my fill of the Botanical Garden’s yummy spread, I walked myself back out to my new electric Nissan and headed back to my tiny apartment. I began to think about a change of pace for myself. I know your 20s and 30s are your prime earning years, as my father never ceases to tell me. But still, shouldn’t you be able to enjoy your life some instead of having to squeeze in moments of pleasure late at night? Maybe I’m looking at things the wrong way. I mean, it could be worse. I could have married that jerk I used to date.
He worked right next door to the Chicago Nissan dealership where I bought my new LEAF. I met him at the dealership, actually. He was handsome and charming, but I found out after more months than I care to admit that he had lied about a lot of things. Turns out he wasn’t a vegan, like he originally told me. The fact that he wasn’t one paled in comparison to the fact that he’d been lying to me for months. I can’t stand a liar, and apparently that was the least of the differences in the truth and the lie that was my life with him. He also was married and never said a word. He’d even proposed to me!
Yes, I think it might be time for a change of scenery for me. I will probably contact my Chicago Nissan dealer tomorrow and ask them what my options are for transporting my 2012 Nissan LEAF. The Sales Professionals and Service Department employees are really great over there. They always answer all my questions without making me feel like the dumb blonde I undoubtedly am.
If you need any Nissan sales questions answered, or if you are in the market for a quality Service appointment for your Nissan, get in touch with the folks down at Western Avenue Nissan. They’re situated at 7410 S Western Ave, Chicago, IL 60629. You can call ahead to (877) 211-6924 or visit their website at www.westernavenissan.com to schedule an appointment for a service.