Ditching the table

  • By L BAGGOTT
  • 22 Oct, 2017

Getting ready for our first wedding fair

With less than a week to go, the final plans are in place for our first wedding fair.

After running an online business for three years, it is actually pretty scary to be putting myself out there. Joining me on this epic adventure of self discovery, is Bramblesky , aka Kate, my crazy Black Country partner in crime. Together we will be launching a brand new range of decor for hire for 2018 and also showcasing our new collections. Eeeek super exciting.

So why venture down the hire route? Why do a wedding fair after 3 years of running my business online successfully? and why ditch the table?

Well…

Along with Julie my business advisor, Kate is always pushing me to step out of my comfort zone. To step from behind the screen and meet my clients.
I have been helping Kate build her online business and she has that one thing that I lack completely. The ability to sell face to face. Online its easy, you learn about algorithms, SEO, you narrow your target market and really put your self out there in a digital sense. But face to face, honestly, I’m not great. Work on your elevator pitch they tell me, describe your business in a sentence they teach. But honestly I clam up, and I kid you not when asked what I do the words leaving my mouth are “I make stuff”. Cringe.

So I’m going to learn from the master. You may think, really the master, slightly dramatic Lisa. But this is the person that walks around confidently with her 90x74cm wooden art, casually hung under her arm (which weighs a ton by the way, but you would think it was as light as feather), and ends up supplying high end home decor shops by just popping in and saying  “alright” (insert Blank County accent here). If your a small business you will probably be thinking ‘how does she do that', I hope to find out.

The idea of hiring came from my own wedding planning. I have the decor planned to perfection but yet to agree on venue or even settle on a date, we are getting close though. Kate’s super talented dad “Pimp Daddy Palmer” has been helping create my decor vision and what a waste it would be for his stunning craft work to be used for just one event, Mine. 

My clients have these amazing visions of their perfect wedding day and we are always being asked if we can do something or point them in the right direction. Which is when I realised that really rustic, country styled decor was very hard to find. So Pimp Daddy Plamer to the rescue.

Just to go completely off topic, Kate has just popped in with her new stationary and she’s brought cake. After asking me to print off my price list, imagine a very basic spread sheet created in numbers, she tells me how wonderful it is and then BAM, hits me with can only be described as stationary porn. Im not sure at this exact moment whether to compliment her on an elegant piece of stationary  or poke her in the eye. But apparent my flared nostrils said it all. You know i'll be trying now to get glossy leaflets printed in time. 

Now lets get back to the matter in hand. We are ditching the table, yes thats right no table at our wedding stand.
When I first said to Kate, fancy doing this, she said “alright mate, not a problem but fook it lets think big”.
So BIG it most certainly is, adding a little, ok, a lot of theatric staging and height.

We have found whilst visiting various wedding shows around the UK, that they can be rather stuffy affairs. Everything is laid out pristinely with precision point accuracy. It’s stunning, your jaw drops and a little inner ‘eek’ of excitement may slip out.  There is a table, sometimes the vendor is behind the table, sometimes in front, but you just stand by a table being handed more and more leaflets. When you get home you now have two of everything as they were already in the welcome bag. I'm usually rather parched by the second table and I have my cake-dar sniffing out tasty samples. Which on some occasions non have been found, but thats another issue for another day. Each vendor has the same line, “Hi have you set a date or picked (insert their service)". From your answer it then determines if they are going to talk to you and go into full sales mode or look over your shoulder to catch the next persons eye. Now don’t get me wrong, I completely understand why they do this from a business point of view. They have a few hours to meet with as many potential clients as possible, but by stand three I’m avoiding eye contact as I feel like I’m being interrogated. Waterboarding aside I’m now trying to get out of there as quickly as possible. Only one company has stuck in my mind from all the shows we have been to, opening line, “Ladies try this it’s going to change your life” as a tray is presented in my general direction. The next few minutes I feel like I’ve been transported to heaven, as my taste buds go into spasms of pleasure. It was divine, now I have a mouth full of the most amazing cheese biscuit I have ever eaten in my life, and I’m waiting for the question… but it never comes, instead I’m listing intently to a wordy description of what’s currently going on in my mouth followed by a simple conversation of how much they love food, I’m nodding intently as I finish the last crumb not really wanting it to be over, is it rude to ask for more? I really want more. The conversation ends with them asking if we would like to take a leaflet and don’t forget everyone always remembers the food. I recall that conversation and the cheesy, crumbly biscuit. They spoke to me in a way that I felt connected to them and the people they are. Also the cheesy nibble was amazing so I have no doubt that the rest of the food they create will be equally mind blowing. They will be my caterers (I haven’t a clue how much it will cost though) and if a venue will not allow outside catering they are off the list.

So drawing on our own experience of attending wedding fairs we have ditched the table. Our stand is going to be fully interactive. We want you to take photos behind our new rustic DIY photo booth, gather around our bar, pick up signs, try our drop top guest book or leave us a note on the guest board. Ask us questions, get to know us better and most importantly have a glass of fizz, we are after all celebrating our first wedding fair and your engagement. Ok I admit it any excuse for a glass of sparkly. Maybe get there early just incase. Kate is also planning my wardrobe for the event, apparently leggings and boots are not quite the look she’s going for and asks to view my collection of LK Bennet dresses, Seriously…

Will we regret not having a table? Will our idea be a success? Are our expectations too high?

Well I guess we will find out on the 29th October ….

If you would like to join us please visit Off The Wall Weddings  for more information. We would love to see you.

Our hashtag for the event to see all the photos from the day and tag yourself in will be #otww2017




What Lisa Did Next

By L BAGGOTT 17 Nov, 2017
This week has been a mixed bag for us at The Old potting Shed. We have completed a huge Christmas Installation … It’s been freezing…The first of the new unicorn signs have been made and posted…It’s been freezing….and I have been a BETA reader for a new book…It’s been freezing.

And if your didn’t quite guess it's been freezing!! The down side to living in an old house in the country side and leaving ordering the heating oil to the last minute… again. Each year I swear to never do it again and yet here we are freezing.

It’s a quiet few months for us in the run up to Christmas so I get to do crazy things like proof read a novel for continuity.
I’m the continuity queen in our house hold, one of those screaming at the TV types when the clock time is different or furniture is out of place in the next frames. With Sky and Netflix aiding this obsession as I can now rewind and prove I’m not going crazy with an ‘I told you so’ moment. Always satisfying.

I used to be an avid reader with my nose stuck in a book. As we didn’t have much money growing up we would visit the local mobile library on a Saturday with my Gran. Between us I think we have read all the books on the van. We can prove my Gran had by the little ‘M’ she used to leave in the top left had corner on the rear of the front page. This was especially helpful when she could no longer make the journey and we would grab a selection for her, along with her pension and a trip to Birds the Bakers for cream cakes. The ‘M’ was also followed by an ’N’ which is my other Grandma. Proper rebels those two.

After starting my ‘proper job’ in banking at the age of 15 I had less time to read. I would occasionally pick up something that had been recommended but they would remain unfinished. Not really pulling me in and capturing my page turning obsession (that could of been the book or the fact I had grown a social life, or got a TV in my bed room, who can tell). The last time I picked up a book was 6 years ago (which again remains unfinished), after having my youngest and during a three month hospital stay (needless to say I had a little more on my mind than reading a book at that moment in time like getting the hell out of there).

In March 2017 we were off on our holiday of a lifetime to the Maldives for my brothers wedding. Stuart suggested I may need a good book. At this point I had become friends with Leanne (aka LT Marshall ). We had met via a wedding Facebook group which was a strange place to meet as it has since become know she’s allergic to weddings.
Leanne had followed her passion and started to write a trilogy. I purchased the first two to take with me and after a few weeks and plenty of encouragement from me and a few others (now crazy fans or Leanne's weirdos as she likes to call us) book 3 was ready in time to take also. Three books would be more than enough surely for a two week holiday? Little did I realise that her books would set off my hunger for a good book and seven novels later we flew back to the UK. Luckily for me the island had two library’s with an array of good books left by previous visitors.
Stuart would say I was a little anti social during that holiday (ok a lot as I sat on a sun longer drinking cocktails with my head firmly in a book, only coming up for air when needing another drink or a pee). Book three of the Carrero trilogy left me sobbing my heart out (thank the lord for sunnies) this has only been achieved once again after reading Elenor Oliphant is completely fine.  (Another must read if you have time)

What was originally a trilogy is now growing into a series and I’m so pleased as I missed having those swoon worthy Carrero men in my life…seriously you need to read these and no I’m not on commission (but I may put that to the author).

Getting to read book 5 before it was released was amazing. I took my Beta reading responsibilities very seriously (I’m not sure she will ask me to do it again mind you after the influx of messages sent by me).

So incase you missed it, it was freezing. I had my work schedule in the morning and then time to read in the afternoon. Once work was completed I made a cuppa, grabbed some nibbles (I swear I’m two stone heavier after reading book 5 it should come with a health warning), and headed to my bed to curl up with a blanket. Not forgetting to set my alarm so I didn’t forget to pick up the kids from school (I know, I know who could possibly forget to pick up the kids…that would be me). It’s my first time reading a book on the kindle app, I’m more old school in that I like to hold a book. But it’s surprisingly easy to use, even for a technology challenged person like myself, once we had sorted the settings to allow Leanne to send me the rough copy (she has the patience of a saint).

I have to add here that war was declared in our house hold after someone (Stuart) swopped out my Cadbury brunch bars for Tesco apple oat things… for the love of god who does such a thing. Evil.

Anyway back to the book…

The good thing about reading a book during a BETA test is that you can discuss it as you go along…and ohh did I have a lot to get off my chest. At one point I’m hating all the characters and screaming at Leanne that I may inflict actual bodily harm on her (that day she went the dentist and inside I was secretly happy she was about to get a filling, scrap that I actually told her, it was no secret). Then I’m laughing out loud with the dog looking at me with a sideways glance as if to say  ‘you have completely lost the plot’ (I’m sure if he could use a phone he may off dialled out for help). Messages with lots of Emojis followed and a few Gifs. Plus obviously a few minor tweaks along the way and the occasional I hate you right now. 

In summary if you want to read a book that makes you laugh, cry, get angry, have no idea where it is going next and want to poke the author in the eye then LT Marshall and the Carrero book s are just for you.

(Please note that LT Marshall was not harmed at any point whilst I read this book apart from by the dentist who is trained to inflict pain)

Book 5 has now been released and is available on Amazon so check it out here
Or visit Leanne’s Author page on Facebook to catch up with the latest and find out more. 

Next week doesn’t look as interesting as its back to work but who knows I may find something crazy to do. Possibly involving Gin, mmmm Gin. 





By L BAGGOTT 05 Nov, 2017
Even though I haven’t slept for more than 4 hours each night the past few days, I’m up bright and early for the wedding fair. 

My outfit is chosen in record time, usually I deliberate for a good few hours… the outfit, the accessories, the shoes. But today I’m under strict instructions. So a floral dress it is, dressed down with legging's, boot's and a scarf.
Gone is the mum bun (hairstyle of choice for the working mum of two which I rock daily) and I have the GHD’s warming to curl my curly hair. I know, I know….

After watching a Facebook video of how to highlight my cheek bones the makeup is taking over the bedroom as I find the right tools to get the job done. Perhaps a trip to the garden shed would be more appropriate for the decorating tools as I attempt to look less Walking dead extra and more stylish business woman. Who needs bags for life in the car when you are supporting two under your eyes. 

The car is packed our end with Kate and her dad bringing the larger items via trailer. It's a family affair of sorts.

We are the first to arrive at Park Hall Farm , after a quick detour via the McDonald’s drive through for sausage and egg McMuffins. Shortly followed by Kate supporting her lush new red locks. Dyed for the day, or so she thought, after panicked phone calls to her stylist, I think the red is here to stay. Either way she is rocking the look.

On first inspection I’m starting to panic as I’m not sure we are going to have enough room. But fear not after a quick re arrange we have made room for the Bar, Barrels, Photo Booth and signs. It’s all hands on deck to get it unloaded and assembled. The poor venue owner was looking rather stressed at times.

As we deliberate over the positioning of various wedding signs and guest books the cake arrives. I have been impatiently waiting for the cake to make an appearance, and oh my god it is out of this world. Expecting one cake to showcase how you could use one of our stunning vintage barrels she appears with two. Two breathtakingly stunning cakes. I was going to keep my cake maker a secret, I wanted to be the only one to get an amazing wedding cake, but on reflection that’s just mean so we will be taking orders.

We’re ready to rock and roll as we await the Brides, Grooms, Bridesmaids, Mother of the Bride and any one else popping along for moral support or just to give their opinion on wedding matters. Fizz at the ready, bottle open and a glass in hand, lets do this.

Spending the day chatting weddings, drinking fizz and handing out business cards went smoothly. Kate was in her element, not only finding time to talk to all the brides but also networking with other businesses. At one point Off The Wall Weddings asked if she ever came up for air…erm nope, thats why I’m the quite one. Although Stuart would disagree.

So what did we learn…
A wedding fair is not just great for meeting brides and grooms but also meeting other business. Proving there is life outside of my usual 4 walls and people beyond my laptop.
I really want a tent as my wedding venue, think more Tipi than Marquee. 
I have found the perfect hen party venue at Tinker’s Bells  you really need to check these guys out. I can’t wait to get into the wood fired hot tub .  
Also I’m giving considerable thoughts to having my Wedding Dress custom made after speaking with Leia Joanne Bridal Couture Ltd , Imagine knowing you really had that one of a kind dress, exactly how you wanted it with no compramise.
You don’t have to interrogate the couples, they are more than happy to talk about their plans.
From a business point of view, from chatting to the couples, it gave a real insight into next years styles and themes. This in the business world is gold dust, not only does to help when thinking about next years trends, it also helps you plan product lines and to fill any gaps within your current ranges. Ohhhh so your looking for that, thats absolutely something we can help with, make, design, sell. 
All in all we had a fantastic time… will we do it again? Maybe, but next time I think we will find a venue that suits our style, so something a little more out there.

Over the next few weeks I’m going to be really digging into my wedding planning and making lists, who doesn’t love a good list. I have between now and January to research as much as possible before our busy season starts and my wedding plans get popped to one side to concentrate on yours.
On the list so far…
Hen party ideas.
Favours under £5.
Luxury wedding Favours.
2018 Wedding Trends.
Wedding Planning Checklist and Essentials.
UK Venues.
Minimoon Breaks.
Alternative Guest Books.
Honeymoon.
Destination Weddings.
DIY Weddings.

Want me to look into something for you? Contact us via our social media and ask.
By L BAGGOTT 28 Oct, 2017
Its 8.30am and I’m franticly trying to get the second set of images sent over to the printers after a little incident with the business cards. If you have read my previous blog you will know how important stationery is right now. When suddenly a distinctive peep echoes from outside. You know in that moment, when the wheel of doom is spinning on your laptop and every task seems to take an age, that today is going to be one of those days. My computer hates me, why oh why does it do this when it knows I’m in a hurry? I will tell you why, because it likes pressing my buttons, its revenge from years of abuse and me pressing its buttons. Abuse may be a strong word, after all it’s a computer and its designed to be used, I mentioned in its presence an upgrade once, I think it took the fence, or the gate, either way it’s certainly not happy with me right now. 
Obviously by now the tooter has given in and entered the house and is dragging my ass away from the computer, arms out stretched as I hit the paper aeroplane and cross everything that I have actually managed to send the god damn images. At this point though I could be sending them anywhere, so if you happened to receive a random email from me containing 21 images my apologies but please let me know as they obviously didn’t end up where they were supposed to.
Stuart is packing the car ready for the off as I gather my bag, phone and the diary of doom. Secretly I think he’s happy to be rid of me for a few hours so he can actually get on with some work without me saying “Stuart can you just”. I know he made the most of his time with a pack of belgian buns and a costa, evidence was on my return.

Relaxing back into the seat for the journey  we join the dual carriageway, Kate reaches back and hands me a red wallet. A devilish grin appears on her face. Whats in the wallet, ohhh you know, it’s just that freaking fantastic letterhead stationary and oh wait, hang on a minute… I slip my hand into the wallet and pull out the cutest wee business cards. They are soooo smooth to touch, I can’t stop rubbing them. Kate's laughing hystericaly at this point. Why oh why, please god, today of all days a business card, come on give me a break. My nostrils flare as I give the look, you know the seriously you're going to do this to me right now look. I will add here that Stuart has already given her the low down re my business card nightmare. I will get my revenge one day. Laughter continues from us both and we are on our way to Lancashire.

So why Lancashire? Well today I’m helping Kate set up items at her clients wedding. I am super excited, I have only once before this actually seen a clients wedding. That was my good friend Constance’s wedding. We learned a lot from working on her wedding and it altered our business course to what it is today.

On arrival at the venue and stepping through the wooden doors into the brewery I’m taken aback. Honestly a little squeal of excitement came from inside. It was breath taking… the exposed bricks, industrial styled lighting surrounded by hops, the crisp white table cloths and chair covers. In one corner huge light up LED lights are being tested (this may be one for the list). The table centrepieces have been well thought out, minimalistic in style, using old beer bottles and and seasonally sourced flowers and gourds. But all perfectly matching the wooden decor we are adding. Right down to the favours matching the beverage themed table names. One of which was gin mmmm. As we finish adding the wooden signs, we take a moment just to take it all in. I so hope the Bride and Groom were also granted this perfect moment in time.

In reflection I think I want to be the first to enter our venue. It may be customary for your guests to welcome you as you arrive but I’m not sure I want them messing with perfection before I’ve had chance to take it all in. Is it wrong to think of my guests as being potential venue litter? Hmmm This is going to require more pondering. I'm not too sure how it will go down. Maybe have welcome drinks outside? 

Arrrgggh the indecisive wedding planning beast is starting to raise its head again. 

Next week….. our experience at our first wedding fair as a vendor, panic has set in and already the 3am wake up has begun. Am I over thinking things? Absolutely. 


By L BAGGOTT 22 Oct, 2017
With less than a week to go, the final plans are in place for our first wedding fair.

After running an online business for three years, it is actually pretty scary to be putting myself out there. Joining me on this epic adventure of self discovery, is Bramblesky , aka Kate, my crazy Black Country partner in crime. Together we will be launching a brand new range of decor for hire for 2018 and also showcasing our new collections. Eeeek super exciting.

So why venture down the hire route? Why do a wedding fair after 3 years of running my business online successfully? and why ditch the table?

Well…

Along with Julie my business advisor, Kate is always pushing me to step out of my comfort zone. To step from behind the screen and meet my clients.
I have been helping Kate build her online business and she has that one thing that I lack completely. The ability to sell face to face. Online its easy, you learn about algorithms, SEO, you narrow your target market and really put your self out there in a digital sense. But face to face, honestly, I’m not great. Work on your elevator pitch they tell me, describe your business in a sentence they teach. But honestly I clam up, and I kid you not when asked what I do the words leaving my mouth are “I make stuff”. Cringe.

So I’m going to learn from the master. You may think, really the master, slightly dramatic Lisa. But this is the person that walks around confidently with her 90x74cm wooden art, casually hung under her arm (which weighs a ton by the way, but you would think it was as light as feather), and ends up supplying high end home decor shops by just popping in and saying  “alright” (insert Blank County accent here). If your a small business you will probably be thinking ‘how does she do that', I hope to find out.

The idea of hiring came from my own wedding planning. I have the decor planned to perfection but yet to agree on venue or even settle on a date, we are getting close though. Kate’s super talented dad “Pimp Daddy Palmer” has been helping create my decor vision and what a waste it would be for his stunning craft work to be used for just one event, Mine. 

My clients have these amazing visions of their perfect wedding day and we are always being asked if we can do something or point them in the right direction. Which is when I realised that really rustic, country styled decor was very hard to find. So Pimp Daddy Plamer to the rescue.

Just to go completely off topic, Kate has just popped in with her new stationary and she’s brought cake. After asking me to print off my price list, imagine a very basic spread sheet created in numbers, she tells me how wonderful it is and then BAM, hits me with can only be described as stationary porn. Im not sure at this exact moment whether to compliment her on an elegant piece of stationary  or poke her in the eye. But apparent my flared nostrils said it all. You know i'll be trying now to get glossy leaflets printed in time. 

Now lets get back to the matter in hand. We are ditching the table, yes thats right no table at our wedding stand.
When I first said to Kate, fancy doing this, she said “alright mate, not a problem but fook it lets think big”.
So BIG it most certainly is, adding a little, ok, a lot of theatric staging and height.

We have found whilst visiting various wedding shows around the UK, that they can be rather stuffy affairs. Everything is laid out pristinely with precision point accuracy. It’s stunning, your jaw drops and a little inner ‘eek’ of excitement may slip out.  There is a table, sometimes the vendor is behind the table, sometimes in front, but you just stand by a table being handed more and more leaflets. When you get home you now have two of everything as they were already in the welcome bag. I'm usually rather parched by the second table and I have my cake-dar sniffing out tasty samples. Which on some occasions non have been found, but thats another issue for another day. Each vendor has the same line, “Hi have you set a date or picked (insert their service)". From your answer it then determines if they are going to talk to you and go into full sales mode or look over your shoulder to catch the next persons eye. Now don’t get me wrong, I completely understand why they do this from a business point of view. They have a few hours to meet with as many potential clients as possible, but by stand three I’m avoiding eye contact as I feel like I’m being interrogated. Waterboarding aside I’m now trying to get out of there as quickly as possible. Only one company has stuck in my mind from all the shows we have been to, opening line, “Ladies try this it’s going to change your life” as a tray is presented in my general direction. The next few minutes I feel like I’ve been transported to heaven, as my taste buds go into spasms of pleasure. It was divine, now I have a mouth full of the most amazing cheese biscuit I have ever eaten in my life, and I’m waiting for the question… but it never comes, instead I’m listing intently to a wordy description of what’s currently going on in my mouth followed by a simple conversation of how much they love food, I’m nodding intently as I finish the last crumb not really wanting it to be over, is it rude to ask for more? I really want more. The conversation ends with them asking if we would like to take a leaflet and don’t forget everyone always remembers the food. I recall that conversation and the cheesy, crumbly biscuit. They spoke to me in a way that I felt connected to them and the people they are. Also the cheesy nibble was amazing so I have no doubt that the rest of the food they create will be equally mind blowing. They will be my caterers (I haven’t a clue how much it will cost though) and if a venue will not allow outside catering they are off the list.

So drawing on our own experience of attending wedding fairs we have ditched the table. Our stand is going to be fully interactive. We want you to take photos behind our new rustic DIY photo booth, gather around our bar, pick up signs, try our drop top guest book or leave us a note on the guest board. Ask us questions, get to know us better and most importantly have a glass of fizz, we are after all celebrating our first wedding fair and your engagement. Ok I admit it any excuse for a glass of sparkly. Maybe get there early just incase. Kate is also planning my wardrobe for the event, apparently leggings and boots are not quite the look she’s going for and asks to view my collection of LK Bennet dresses, Seriously…

Will we regret not having a table? Will our idea be a success? Are our expectations too high?

Well I guess we will find out on the 29th October ….

If you would like to join us please visit Off The Wall Weddings  for more information. We would love to see you.

Our hashtag for the event to see all the photos from the day and tag yourself in will be #otww2017




By L BAGGOTT 15 Oct, 2017
My first blog post…so bear with me.

Well today I visited yet another wedding fair with my partner in crime Kate and today I left feeling like I have accomplished something.

We have been to a large one and small one and have to say the small local one today was much better than the extremely large one we visited the other week. Mostly because this one had tasters and I was very disappointed at the lack of cake at the other much larger one. However both had fizz so thats always a bonus.

Well I think I finally have a plan…

Working in the wedding industry is fantastic, I love every minute, chatting weddings with my clients, helping them to create their vision, but my own wedding planning has been hard. Really hard. Daily I find myself seeing the most amazing items, themes, venues, dresses and find it hard to settle on anything. Even the date. I know I am a nightmare.
But today I think I’m getting somewhere, hence starting a blog. If I don’t write it down I will forget so at least I will have this to refer to.

So here goes….(but don’t hold me too it)
I want a rustic / industrial themed wedding in a marquee. Think natural timbers, metallic, quirky displays and that chilled atmosphere you get from a small gathering of friends and family.
With food from Kemp and Kemp  (they had the most delicious tasters today and after chatting with the owner she’s a feeder at heart so perfect for us).
Next I really, really want Boxed Drinks Limited , they supplied us with a couple of glasses of fizz whilst we discussed options and again the lovely lady we spoke with was fantastic even if a large queue had formed behind us. My youngest is horse crazy so the fact it was served from a horse box will make her squeal.
I really like the idea of a band although I haven’t found one yet, Kate has expressed a wish for them to look good, although I think the sound should be more important.

We have another wedding fair in a couple of weeks which we will also be showing our rustic signs and new rental line. I’m not sure if I will have time to go round myself but that is not necessarily a bad thing otherwise I may change my mind, yet again.

Now to break the news to the other half, I hope he likes it so far…

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