Let’s not get too excited but the package has really left Florida and is in Texas.
It could still turn and head back to Florida but Lubbock is where our packages go, then to Abilene and then here.
If all things work the way they should work, this package should leave Lubbock fairly early today, arrive in Abilene some time this evening, be here during the night and arrive tomorrow. Slim chance .. that’s if everything works like a clock.
I’m hopeful! I truly thought I’d never see this package and it wasn’t something that was going to scar me for life if it didn’t get here but I will be happy to have it . . IF it gets here.
WooHoo!!! The way the wind is blowing, Lubbock could just hold it out the door and it would blow right to you, LOL.
That’s the most well traveled pkg anyone could want. Have you thought about maybe having it bronzed …if it does make it all the way? I’m wondering what kind of shape it will be in upon arrival. Will the pkg be in tack enough to contain its contents? Time will tell ….if it doesn’t get sent back to Tallahassee again.
Jean Truchan says
I have a package from BC Canada in limbo right now! Last we heard it was sent to the wrong PO way north of here via Phoenix! Now all that I can find out is that it is on its way to its destination. That was 2 days ago and, of course, you can’t reach any PO by phone anymore! Ugh! But still hopeful! Good luck with yours, too.
I don’t want you to think I don’t have a life, but I have to admit that every time a blog post comes about your package I read it aloud to my husband. We’ve been following along since the saga started, and really hope you do eventually see the package! It has been so bizarre that it’s like a “who done it” novel. You never know until the end of the book who did it. I certainly hope your “book” comes to a happy ending soon. 🙂
Nelle Coursey says
I am so glad it got out of that loop!! LOL But it is not there yet!! LOL
Dianne Aubrey says
I finally got my package. Sent 2 day priority mail that took 6 days to go from California to Utah.
Woohoo, this looks hopeful!