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I forgot to include a "haha" and a smiley Spring icon_smile.gif I'm just funning with you icon_biggrin.gif
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post #47 of 48
However you decide to fix them up to deliver/meet the people I'd open the boxes when I got there and show them that they survived YOUR driving and from then on it's up to them.

My SO recently drove the CC's I made for my dad's bday, all 120 of them, and told him to drive GINGERLY and carefully, I stressed and stressed the importance of cornering gently and stopping and starting quickly. When the boxes were opened (they were in cc carriers/box kind) 98% of them were totally OUT of their holders like they had been shook up. He SWORE he drove carefully and easily...so the next day when we had 4 boxes left I put them all in MY car and we drove them to my Dad's to share with family and guess what? When I opened the boxes not one of them was toppled. He said there were 2 toppled (out of 4 boxes) but I didn't see it so I think he was stretching the truth (lying)because he KNEW he had screwed up.
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post #48 of 48
Don't beat yourself up, there was probably nothing short of cement that could have prevented it.
No matter what you say some people just DON'T get it! My husband included! I no longer let him drive while delivering a cake. His idea of "careful" and my idea of "careful" are 2 different things!!! The biggest problem I find is not so much bumps but its the cornering. Especially the on/off ramps for the highway - not good for cakes!
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