Before I called UPS to bitch, I went down to see if Scott knew anything. And boy, did he ever. One of my neighbors had, by chance, found the 'we tried to deliver' notice on a very little used back door. It said there were 14 packages that we could pick up from the warehouse. Scott had just gotten it when I got to his office. I thought I'd have to get the fire extinguisher, he was spitting nails.
So I came back up here no longer stressed about my package but now a little worried for the UPS manager that got Scott's call. I checked the tracking number I think once yesterday afternoon. No change. This morning I checked it and see that the package was delivered at 4:45 pm yesterday. Hope the driver isn't too wounded.
There is a lot about living in a condo which is a royal pain in the neck but mostly it is wonderful to have someone to fight your battles for you! I think I'll wait until I'm dressed to go get my package.
And I have another package going to Texas. Dropcam has a new, better, webcam it just announced. I sure don't need a better one here but I love watching the one at my brother's shop and have often wished for better there so I bought me one to put there. Maybe he'll put the old one somewhere so I can have two views. I love my computers, and my smartphone and my tablet, but I swear, the Dropcams in my life have given me some of the greatest technological joy of any of them. That is one sweet product.
Today is a trip to the grocery. I'm so ready for tangerines to come into season but, apparently, they aren't as ready as I am yet. I have library holds waiting. Happily the grocery and the library are right on the way to the pool. I'll bet there and ready for a swim at 11.
There was a chore I was going to tackle this afternoon but now I can't remember what it was. Must not have been too important. Oh well, bears to knit, etc.