|The Graphics Fairy|
At first I said I would (if she'd leave a note on the neighbor's door letting them know I had it) then I thought about the cats. They LOVE flowers. I didn't know if they'd sense what was in the package and be able to get into it. When I expressed my doubts, the driver asked if perhaps I could put them in a room and close the door.
Why didn't I think of that?
Problem solved, I signed for the package and the woman handed it to me. The very lightweight container was wrapped in a delivery sleeve, so I couldn't see what was in there. Before I closed the door she handed me a 'good neighbor' coupon that will get me a free carnation at the florist's shop.
Five years ago today: Electrifying
This was an act of kindness!ReplyDelete
You are a definitely a good neighbor, Kathy!ReplyDelete
I would hope someone would do the same thing for me.Delete
How sweet of you! I would have been the same way and not have though to close the flowers off away from the cats.ReplyDelete
I wonder if the delivery woman has had that happen in real life. If so, I wonder who would bear the responsibility for a ruined arrangement.Delete
I would have taken the flowers and put them in our garage where it's so much cooler, helping keep the flowers fresher. And, no cats, either.ReplyDelete
I don't know that it was much cooler in our west-facing garage yesterday afternoon, but that WOULD have kept the cats away.Delete