Technically it is Wednesday, 1:02 in the morning. I just finished watching Will Ferrell with Jerry Seinfeld on Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee (Netflix version). I love this show and after a hard day it is a great pick me up. If you have a cat you will get a great laugh watching Will when they are in a cafe and Jerry talks about getting a cat for his wife.
You know that feeling when you’ve spent hours five – ten pm on the phone, computer in a chat or on hold with customer service? I had put in a grocery order and received a text photo showing groceries at a door–just not my door. I tried to contact the deliverer and they were already offline . Trying to explain what happened over five calls and a chat, you can imagine. All said and done, I have no idea whose fault it was, or care. Deliverer said they were given the wrong address, Instacart chat person tried to blame me , said I gave the wrong address which is already established in the order app, and a confused deliverer showed up at my door twice, once to say she got it wrong but it was not her fault and an hour later to bring bags of what I don’t know. I was not about to accept delivery after the frozen and cold items had been left at someone else’s home. How she explained it was all a bit fishy and I said no thanks. Why is it never simple and straightforward?