Heh, this grumble is short and sweet - but has a little moral.
Working on a new panel, I was excited to see it finished and noticed some little scratches on one piece of glass. Normally, I would cut out another piece and replace it. But oh no! Not this time. I would say I don't know why I didn't listen to that little voice - but I do. I was strapped for glass time and had finally got a panel cut, ground, and foiled. I saw the scratches during the foiling and just ignored them! Like a complete idiot.
Needless to say, the panel is still beautiful - but I wouldn't sell it. So now, I have a choice: either remake it, or let it go. I do not like repeating a design, but the design is too nice to let it just go.
I should listen to that little voice. It's one of those things. If you don't listen to the inner voice, then you can easily see why you should have when things go awry. If you DO listen to it, chances are you will never know if listening actually fixed a potential problem.
I have been given this lesson countless times, and still fail to learn it. heh - lesson learned, again.