This is Gary.
Gary is my father in law. I first met him in September of 2010. Greg took me up an hour away from our college town- Kaysville- to meet his parents. It was time, he said.
Meeting Gary made me both really happy and really sad. He was energetic and lively and absolutely hilarious. He was so much fun to be around. But my own father had passed away only ten months earlier- seeing someone else's dad be a dad to them wasn't easy for me. It would have been easier to just pretend that none of us had dads, and that I wasn't missing anything.
I remember the way Gary asked me questions about my life, the way he drove like a maniac to the restaurant, and the way he told inappropriate jokes. The night wasn't even over before I felt like he was already being a dad to me. Checking up on me. Asking the kind of questions that dads ask their daughters.
Some of the first of these questions were about my car. Did the tires have enough air? When was the last time the oil was changed? Would I need to renew the registration soon?
I remember how I kind of froze at this. When your dad is gone, there isn't anybody else who asks these seemingly trivial questions. Nobody else had cared one lick about my car in the past ten months. This is dad territory. Gary was filling in.
I stayed the night that night at Greg's parents' house. When I woke up Gary had taken my car, filled up the gas, changed the oil, and vacuumed it out for me. I cried at his kind deed.
This was only the first of many ways that Gary has filled in that dad role for me. He is so good at taking care of me. Somewhere along the line I realized that no matter how "adult" you are, and no matter if you are parents yourself, you never stop needing and wanting a parent to take care of you.
Every Christmas and birthday I struggle with ideas of how to appropriately show in gift form how much I appreciate Gary. When I saw this Armor All Car Care Gift Pack, it had Gary's name written all over it. Nobody cares for and appreciates cars the way Gary does. You have not seen a car that is well maintained until you have seen his vehicle. If anyone would appreciate a car care package, it is Gary.
This Armor All Car Care Gift Pack is perfect for any man who appreciates and cares for his car. In fact, when Greg was helping me take pictures of the car package this afternoon he asked,
"We're giving this away? Why?"
"Because it's for your dad. It's perfect for him. Your dad always helps us with our cars so it's a great way for us to show that appreciation to him."
"Yah. You're right. He's going to love this." And a slight pause before he continued, "But shouldn't we have one too?"
Yes, Greg, I'll go buy us one too.
Just a couple of things you should know about this Armor All Car Care Gift Pack before you buy:
1. There are six cleaning products- tire shine, window cleaner, everything you can imagine to keep your car looking at its best year round.
2. All items come in a resuable bucket. We are all about effective storage at my house, so a bucket like this is great for future storage needs.
3. In the bucket you will also find a microfiber towel and sponge- easy on the surface of your car.
4. The package contains a Pro Secrets Booklet that has a coupon value of up to $13 off of Armor All Products. MORE MONEY BACK!
You can find this car care gift pack at your local Wal-mart. It is a seasonal gift for Christmas, so make sure you pick it up before the holidays are over. It is the easiest item to find ever- they were stacked right smack in the middle of Automotive Center aisles. You can't miss them! And at $20 they are totally affordable. And you can take advantage of the $3 off digital coupon offer for the Armor All Car Care Gift Pack from Walmart while supplies last. Every care car item your car lover will need at an extremely affordable price.
YOU. ARE. WELCOME.
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