Well, we’re still waiting to receive our mis-sent mail package from Dakota Post, our mail service. After not hearing anything from them (as they promised to keep me updated) I called them, asking to speak to the lady responsible for our mail. Of course I just got her voice mail and asked for a return call. It never came.
So I sent an email asking for an update. The lady returned my email saying she tried calling my phone (and gave the correct number), but it was “busy” the three times she tried to call. That’s funny, I have my phone with me 24/7 and usually only make one call a day to my dad in the evening, well past business hours. Plus, my phone captures any missed calls. Strange, there are not any calls from Dakota Post. I guess the lady “misspoke” like our politicians do…
At least she did give me an update, they were not able to intercept the mail via the Post Office and it did arrive at the Patrick AFB campground (FL) where we were in April. Supposedly the campground has been contacted and they are going to send my mail back. This is getting to truly be “The Check is in the Mail” episode.
I intend to talk to the Dakota Post owner once I finally get my mail package and inform him of the terrible service and follow up by his employee.
In the mean time, we’re having a great time with our Missouri granddaughters. Ryan had a backyard barbeque for friends and the crew of his cutter. A wonderful time, and to keep the kids occupied, they brought out a Slip-N-Slide for them to play on. It did keep them busy for hours.
Little Charlie (Charlotte) discovered something even more fun than sliding, the mud that developed at the end of the slide and made the most of it.
I guess she needed to take some instruction from her older sister Bekka (Rebekah), who managed to stay clean, but from the tired look in her eyes, wore herself out.
We’re glad we’re here to spend time with the granddaughters. They are growing fast and it’s wonderful to be a part of their lives. :c)
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