Viewing post #1038100 by Andi
|I will start complaint procedures online today and on the phone tomorrow. It helps that the packages were tracked and insured. When the post office management and the main computer sees that permanently losing these packages could cost additional money, they may look harder. The local management may not want to explain lost package fees to their regional managers. With the recent storms, post office employees are probably overwhelmed and overworked. I bet places like Atlanta are still dealing with mail that piled up while the planes were grounded in the storm.
Thanks for all of your work Ella. You are having more problems with your piggies this year than usual. Hope you don't give up on us!
A friend moved to Florida two years ago after her husband died. Her birthday and her wedding anniversary is this month. I am sending her some herb seeds in her card to cheer her up. She likes to cook and has a few potted plants. The lavender flowered stonecrop seeds offered in the piggy swap came from plants she gave me when she moved. She had gotten the plants from her in-law's garden. Now she is getting seeds originally from first or second generation piggy seeds. It is a circle of sharing and caring. Good piggy karma!
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