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July 03, 2013

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Aww. My pa is a mechanic and has designed a custom impala and motorcycle. I loved watching the creative process. He bought saved for a brand new vw bettle at 16, we still have it. He collects car calendars and would take my sis and I to the Mac Tool truck as a kid. My first overnight bag was looked like a mac truck, vinyl wheels and all. kinda embarrssing for a girl then, but very memorable now. What a fun passion.

...sorry for the typos. I am still a but sleepy.

..a bit. Uggh, can I just start over and delete that. Xoxo

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