The Husband and I had a wonderful weekend together. He still worked a bit on Saturday but for the most part we spent the weekend together.
I'll talk all about all the things we did the weekend tomorrow but I wanted to share how rude people can be...
We went with some friends to the matinee showing of The Change-Up
It is very funny -- there is an excessive use of the 'F' word, FYI - but it is really funny. Boy humor funny for sure but the group we went with all enjoyed it =) We all laughed a lot at most of the movie!
After we saw the movie, we all grabbed a bite to eat. We were in the mall for about three and a half hours. When J and I walked to our truck, this is what we found:
Ok so clearly whoever hit his truck FELT it. I mean there were marks on his TIRE for goodness sakes! This isn't like a ding with a car door -- this was full on not paying attention, hit the truck as they were pulling in or out. THEN they just drive off -- no nothing. Not information, or apology or ANYTHING. How cowardly!!! I just don't understand -- FL is no fault so it wouldn't come out of the other person's pocket, the insurance would all deal with it. Be a decent human and if you didn't give your information or try to locate the owner because you don't have insurance, you shouldn't be driving because by law, you have to carry some sort of insurance. So, please people, if you EVER do something like this, please have the courtesy to leave your information, no matter how embarrassed you are about it. OK I think that is enough ranting.
J said it looked like Ford red haha. It is funny to think that different companies use different shades of red, which I know is true, it was just funny that he could 'classify' it =) Luckily, this is J's first claim in over 5 years and he hasn't had a ticket in a long time, so they gave him a credit for being a good driver to go towards his deductible...so it won't be AS much as it would have been. The whole thing still sucks and wasn't really our favorite way to close a weekend lol.
Lesson today, Kids: See The Change-up and be a responsible, decent grown-up. That really isn't asking a whole lot.
What did you do this weekend?