The Things I Think About
A Little About Me
It's so good to see you here!
For more than 30 years, I've been telling you about my son Edward on the radio. He's always been up to something and I'm just so proud of him and what he's done with
Hello Again, Everyone!
It's Me, Ed's Mom, from Edward's Transmissions and Engines.
Barely old enough to be Edward's mom.
In fact, people often think I'm his sister and sometimes I don't even correct them.
Central Indiana - I love the friendly people and the communities.
But I could do without the cold, cold winters and the steaming hot summers. Too much shivering or sweating for me. You know, cars don't like those extreme temperatures either.
Tending to my house.
I love to garden and bake and just do everything around the house. And I'm delighted to have Enrique, my all-purpose handyman, to take care of me.
MY GUILTY PLEASURE:
Stock cars get my blood racing. And I guess
it's genetic, too, because Edward never misses a race.
MY PET PEEVES:
Negative people and bad service.
From the day he was born, I let Edward know that we wouldn't put up with grumpy folks who don't care about what they do. And I guess it sunk in with him, because, to this day, Edward only hires the friendliest people who care about the customers.
MY FAVORITE TEAMS:
The Colts, the Pacers, and the team at Edward's shops.
I know it sounds corny, but the boys at Edward's are the best team I know. They work hard. They know what they're doing. And they always take care of business in the most professional way.
Edward's Transmissions and Engines.
But lately, people have been asking more about me. I must say I'm flattered by the attention. So Edward suggested that I get here online and just share whatever's on my mind. He knows how much I like to chat.
My son Edward. He's such a nice boy!
You and I became acquainted because of my commercials for my son Edward and his Edward's Transmissions and Engines shops. When you have car problems - or when you need to give your vehicle a complete check-up, including those computer diagnostics - here's where you should go.