Throwback Thursday- Baby Blue Pinto

It’s “Throwback Thursday” and here’s an exciting read!   This is  a true story of a tragedy, and how the Lord protects us, and keeps us safe, even in the most dangerous circumstances. Take a look!

Faithrises

 

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What comes to mind when you hear the word pinto? I guess it depends on how old you are, “It’s a bean! It’s a horse! No! It’s an automobile!!!!!” That’s right, a Pinto is an automobile produced by Ford in the 70’s. It was a squatty, compact car with a huge triangular window in the back. But to me, a sixteen year-old looking at her first car, it was the cutest thing that I had ever seen! One cool morning in October, when I was seventeen, I was just leaving  for school when my mother called out from the back of the house, “Hey, drive carefully and remember what they said on the news about those Pintoes blowing up!! Be careful.”  This was true. Upon impact, (near the gas tank), Pintoes were sometimes prone to explode. “Ok, I’ll be careful.” I answered, and I was on my way. I didn’t…

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7 thoughts on “Throwback Thursday- Baby Blue Pinto

  1. God bless you and thank you for your kind words. God is amazing and I agree with you about angels. I believe that He sent His angels to protect me that morning, or I would have been killed. There is no one like Him! :)

  2. WoW, God is so amazing! I truly believe He sends his angels to help guard us all the time,sometimes we sense it sometimes not. But I am so thankful to be His child I would not want it any other way.God Bless You.

  3. MIne was brown and I got it 20 yrs old after everyone had forgotten what they were. It would go all of 35 miles and hour on a downhill with a good wind from behind, I kid you not. But for Seattle, it got me around town for a while. :)

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