Holidays season is over and it’s time to get to some serious business, like organizing bills and receipts for the taxation period:) Not my favorite part of our job but it has to be done anyway.
Merry Christmas to all our friends! We are going to celebrate our Christmas on January 7th, so we will probably work during this long weekend haha. This is our very special Christmas tree, full of character, with some retro Canadian Christmas ornaments which I found very cute #DodoCharms#Christmas#christmastree 🎄 #merrychristmas#happyholidays
- I’m sorry, doll, it seems like it is broken - told me a guy from FedEx in Santa’s hat holding a heavy box, when I opened the door for him. - Broken? - I asked surprised. - Yes, it sounds like some broken glass - he answered, putting it on our floor.
He seemed really disappointed about that but I was thinking that we hadn’t ordered anything too fragile lately. - Don’t worry - he quickly added seemed frightened that I might start crying or yelling about that. - I will get your signature and payments of duties, we’ll scan it and then we’ll mark it as damaged and you’ll get a compensation.
So we followed the procedure and then opened the box. It was full with jewelry charms and tools which I ordered from China a few weeks ago:) Nothing was broken, just some little metal charms went out of the plastic bags and caused that sound of the broken glass.
- Everything’s is all right, - I laughed.
The relief on the face of the guy was huge: - I thought it might be some Christmas gift which got broken on the way - he answered smiling at me and I smiled back. -So happy it isn’t! Merry Christmas!
I felt so good about that guy who seemed genuinely sorrow that he might deliver a broken gift to somebody before Christmas. I didn’t ask what was his name, but I wish him a very Merry Christmas! Canadians, you are amazing people!