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Now, on to today's saga:
I had my car washed a couple of days ago, at no extra charge.
I’d gone to Rancho Alegre, the organic farm in Dacula, GA where I buy produce and meat and all sorts of other goodies.
When I came out, I found that my car had been washed by two of the Rancho Alegre employees.
They did a pretty good job, too. No soap, of course, and the lick marks are hardly distinguishable. Rubbing their sides against the car helped to dry it afterwards.
Of course, I had to wait until the wash and dry was completed before I drove home, but I wasn't in a hurry. I live on bee-time now.
BEEattitude for Day #594:
Blessed are those who give good value for the jobs they do, for they shall rest easier when they return to the hive.
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