You are suffering (suffering? I mean enjoying) from New Ownership of a Bonneville sindrome. It is typical amoung owners of fine Bonnevilles. The bad news is that, just like some VD, you can't get rid of it--you can only treat the simptoms.
My recommendation to you is to go to as many Ontario Club meets as possible, and take as many road trips as you can afford to do. A good long road trip will soothe your longing to feel the comfortable catcher'* mit seats, your longing to feel responsive acceleration, and your irresistable urge to smile.
Another remedy is to get a babysitter and go out on a date night with your husband. Check out the lugurious back seat appointments and ample space, cruise the cityscape with only your marker lights and fog lights on, and of course, smile at all the rice as you and your husband dust them off the road!
If these don't work, than you are a lost cause. Just sell the house and move into your bonneville.
Retired Moderator, The Bonneville Club www.bonnevilleclub.com
RIP Oldsmobile, April 29
1995 Bonneville SE Supercharged (Stock)
Current Mods: Dirty GYM Sock air freshener.