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I had a bad day. It started first thing. I misjudged while backing my car into a parking spot at work. Actually, to be more accurate,

I slammed my husband's brand-new electric vehicle into a wall.

The day kinda went downhill from there.

This is what I saw when I first inspected the car from a standing position.
This is what I saw when I first inspected the car from a standing position.
This is what I saw when I knelt closer to investigate further.
This is what I saw when I knelt closer to investigate further.
This is what I saw after I fainted.
This is what I saw when I fainted.

I showed the girls the damage when I picked them up from school.

Mgazi: Ooooh. Daddy is going to be mad.

Me: No, I think it's okay. I told him this morning. He's not too mad.

Mgazi: No, he's lying to you. He's going to be mad.

Zaffron: I don't think it's so bad.

Me: Really?

Mgazi: No, she's lying to you. It's bad.

Zaffron suggested I scrape the other side of the car to match... she said that people would then think it was decoration.


Recommended wine: On days like today, I recommend you reach for whatever's in the fridge. What's in my fridge tonight? A California chardonnay called Three Wishes.

 


 

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