Miss B. Haven, a well-loved orange Honda Fit, died Sunday November 18th, 2012.
In an unfortunate event, a large 8-point buck decided to end it all, for he had been suffering from chronic depression by being teased all his days for his deformed antlers. It is believed that he was unaware that his suicide would take another life, the life of a sweet little car.
Miss B. Haven led a good life, being owned, and now surviving in memory, by Betty Leigh Verbeke. Betty adopted Miss B. Haven in 2006, right out of the womb of the automobile industry.
Over the last six years, the two of them spent many hours on the road together, approximately 81,000 miles worth. Miss B. Haven was able to see much of Texas and had a few long road trips through the United States, one of which was to Florida and back, just car & owner, a bonding experience never to be forgotten.
If you’re wondering where Miss B. Haven got her name, she was deemed such in the last year of her life for her rather debaucherous and fun life style she led with Betty. Such occasions will not be elaborated on.
However, not all of Miss B. Haven’s life was a luxurious road to wheel experience, she had been in a few accidents before the final blow of the horn. She had encountered a stop sign, a concrete wall, a large tree limb falling after a storm, and sadly enough, another small deer a few years before.
In summation of her life, through the rough and the wonderful, she was a well cared for and loved vehicle. She took on many passengers and kindly assisted friends & family in moving from one location to another. She will be missed and always remembered.
Cheers to you, Miss B. Haven, may your engine forever roar in Honda Heaven.