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A couple of cards

What a busy day I've had so far, I was hoping for a nice relaxing week. A couple of weeks ago a lady opened her car door onto mine in the supermarket car park. I was walking to wards the car so saw it all. She managed to chip the paint on my door and seemed to be a little bit upset when I didn't say it was OK, in fact she was upset that her car had been chipped. In fairness it's a very small problem but it needs repairing and that will mean it has to be paid for, and I don't think it should be out of my pocket. I got a quote done but then she asked for three quotes, in fairness the first quote was being done through somebody I know so is being done very reasonably, but no she wants 3 quotes, which means I've had to go round getting them. Anyway to prove my point the other two quotes are twice as much as the original. Hopefully she will be a bit more careful when she's getting out of the car in future.
I've also booked appointments at the doctors, opticians and the car for it's annual service, Phew! time for a couple of cards. The first is another man's card for one of the boys at work, the next one is for a young lady who turns 18 this week. The 18th birthday card is using the gorgeous a touch of glamour clear stamps, they are really lovely to work with and always give a beautiful crisp image.
Off to sit in my garden in the gorgeous sun, hope this keeps up for the rest of the week.

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