The chocolates were accompanied with a card thanking Bossman Steve for referring them to a potential client. It was a little gesture that went above and beyond, and it’s great to see local businesses looking after each other, and having excellence in customer service. So thanks Razor Web Design, the chocolates were delicious!
I also attended a ceilidh over the weekend. All in all it was a success. The birthday girl had a great time, I got to catch up with my friend from Wellington, and there was plenty of dancing, kilts, and minimal stomping on of toes. Ceilidhs are a great way to throw yourself in the deep end and meet people you don’t know. Plus, you learn a few moves in the process. I was, however, not so much a fan of the one where I literally went flying. I’m glad everyone was too busy dancing to be taking photos.
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