All Things “Delivered”
There are several issues with the photo you see here.
First let’s talk about the Nocking Point box￼. That should’ve been delivered to the Walgreens down the street from my complex, which I always arrange whenever I get a shipment from Nocking Point because it is alcohol & requires an adult signature.
That adult signature should have been from me. However I was at work in downtown Atlanta. So there is no way that I signed for said box at 2:42 PM as the driver had indicated and it definitely shouldn’t have been left it at my door.
When Walgreens had called FedEx to figure out why the driver didn’t deliver it to their location as I requested, they put her on hold and then promptly hung up on her. Naturally I had gone there first because they said it had been delivered…to Walgreens. Which it wasn’t. No sir.
FedEx and I do have history but we won’t talk about Australia. Ever.
Second, let’s talk about those other white bags.
Those two bags are not mine. In fact one of them was delivered by Door Dash which apparently cannot figure out what building number they need to go to. This was delivered this morning, and someone missed out on their breakfast of bacon, eggs and biscuit. Sorry 😞 but that is now in the trash.
This is not the first time I’ve received food I didn’t order (Publix, Chick-fil-A twice, Kroeger, and another restaurant I cannot recall…so far)
The other one? I have no idea where it came from but has two bottles of shampoo in it with no name on it or a receipt, no address, or company on the bag.￼￼ I guess I am now the proud owner of some extra Pantene. 🤷🏼♀️ I’ll expect some compliments on my shiny hair to be sure.
Luckily for me, most of my Uber Eats related stuff arrives but probably because I watch that damn car icon on their app as it travels to my complex and then text the driver if they go in the wrong direction. Which happens…a lot.
Moral of the story, if you’re missing a package or meal I just might have it.