Its 1986 and my grandpa goes on retirement, being a truck driver for 40 years. He had never owned a passenger car before as he used his truck for both work and family runs. He sells off his truck and goes on to find a regular car to buy.
After spending a lot of time through many dealerships he ends up standing in front of a shiny sand-glow 1978 Mini 850. I don't know why on earth he decided to buy it, he never told me. But I'm extra super thankful he did .
Two years later in 1988 my mum is ready to give birth to me. While at work she feels the pains but my dad is away on a business trip. Immediately my grandpa drives my mum to the hospital in a hell of a speed, of course in the Mini . Which I believe is my first day with my first Mini.
23 years later I find myself owning 3 Minis including my grandpa's and with no intension to drive another car as a daily runner.
Real brain power on display. Thanks for that aswner!
02/10/2013 @ 3:39 PM
I've been looikng for a post like this for an age
04/12/2013 @ 6:36 PM
Hi guys,thank you very much for your quick response and ceoridnsing my suggestions; not a regular trait in todays business world.I took a look at your plans-page' and I am quite impressed: a lot of nifty features to look forward to; I will keep checking back.I went shopping with Mighty Grocery' yesterday for the first time. What an experience! Just a tap on the item and my list got shorter until gone (depends on ones settings, of course)!! Easy as 1-2-3!!!General User Hint Since I had to start all my shopping lists from scratch (can't sync my old phone) and did not have all the correct descriptions, I did the following while putting my groceries away: I checked the items bought with the items in the history list and updated when necessary. So next time I put my shopping list together I can choose the correct items and maybe just have to adjust the amount. The effort becomes less and less once one has the basics set.One thing I'd like to address (perhaps it's Samsung Galaxy S specific): I open a list item to edit, then I tap a field to edit the edit window and my on-screen keyboard automatically pop up. I make the changes and save. The edit window closes and my keyboard stays. If I made all the changes necessary and want to leave this item, I have to either push go back' to close my keyboard in order to uncover the Done' button and then push that OR I have to push the go back' button twice. Also e.g., when I edit any text in an item first and then want to change the shopping list for that item I have to push go back' button to get the keyboard out of the way in order to access the popup-list for the information (same with the aisle). Could the closing of the edit-window-popup combined with the closing of the keyboard? Just curious.Best regardsTeya