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banged up black car with some snow

Aww. Poor wagon. That’s what happens when I pass it on to Mike, and let him drive it, it gets all sad and banged up.

Yes, Mike rear-ended someone, hopefully for the first and LAST time. And thankfully it was very minor and no one was really hurt.  That was um…last week sometime. So now we have a black wagon sitting in the back for parts to fix up smashy the wagon. We are very fond of the wagon, we bought her right after Mr K was born, and she runs beautifully. She used to be a mechanics car, and you can tell, we have had never had major issues with it and it’s a 13 year old car! AND a Ford!! I mean, that just doesn’t happen!

So we’ll be patching her up….and we might have to call her Patch because she’ll have a black hood LOL! It’s lucky she’s just Mike’s car to get to work and he doesn’t care what he drives. Sometimes he makes my life easy, and this would be one area. He really doesn’t give a rat’s arse what he drives, as long as he can get to work. And the kids I and get the nice vehicle. <3

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