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in: fletch; fletch > 2016-01-24

Jan 25, 2016 5:04 AM # 
Sorry to hear that mate
Jan 25, 2016 7:37 AM # 
Cheers Wally. In hindsight really not too serious other than unsettling the family a bit.

Stuff can be replaced. Not having Jewellery separately insured on home and contents was was a mistake though and excesses on claims blow chunks.

Probably no training today either, as have just finished vacuuming up broken glass and disinfecting all the bits where blood had to be cleaned up. Just a few things to put back where they came from now.
Jan 25, 2016 7:41 AM # 
It's a shitty feeling, that's for sure. :(

Didn't help that my big ferocious dog greeted me at the (busted) front door both times wagging her tail and wanting to tell me all about the nice men who came to visit. Useless bloody hound. :)
Jan 25, 2016 8:26 AM # 
Is it a sad reflection on my life that the one thing I quickly checked for was my (not backed up) work laptop (left untouched, along with seemingly everything else other than jewellery)?
Jan 25, 2016 9:10 AM # 
That sucks - you and your family are okay that's the main thing. I can only imagine how scary that must be, knowing that someone has been in your home, uninvited :(

Although glad that is sounds as if they cut themselves on some glass. Dirtbags - hope it gets infected!
Jan 25, 2016 1:29 PM # 
Yeah - cut themselves on the window on the way in. Makes an ID very likely, but takes 4-6 weeks, so getting anything back is far less likely.

I'd really rather they turn their lives around and become productive members of society than have them suffer anything too terrible, but statistically that's not too likely, so if they end up out of circulation for a while, I won't cry about it.

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