That’s what I say when someone has really been a hero. And whoever returned the package full of dresses – well – we wish you dozens of stars for your crown. Dozens.
Whoever you are – you lovely package returner – I picked this first spring rose for you. Thank you ever so much.
The Dressmaker & the Dress(es) Owner
What a miracle! And what an amazingly gorgeous rose!!
I know I know! Absolutely miraculous. Sometimes I would think to myself – get a hold of yourself woman! They are just dresses – but the jubilation of having something you’ve worked so hard on returned. Oh!
ahhh!! what a happy ending! so glad they were returned! i wonder who took them??
currently it’s looking like the p.o. delivered it to the wrong house – though they say they didn’t… the p.o. were the folks that told us it was probably stolen. piff!
yeah for happy endings! Thank goodness! yeah for package returners!! And yeah for future insurance on expensive packages!! *a-hem!* – as CLEARLY tracking is useless…. xo
actually – the insurance wouldn’t have mattered – because the postal service believes they are only responsible up to the point that the package is delivered – no matter whether or not they delivered it to the wrong house, or if they left it in a precarious situation. Insurance only covers you if the package is lost inside their system.
I’m so so so glad to hear this! I had a feeling….. What a spring gift that was for both of you.
I missed that this all worked out! This makes me surprisingly happy.
oh friend. me too. come visit.