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(12-10-2017, 11:33 PM)BennyLava Wrote: With the unprecedented rise in e-commerce, giants like Amazon, not to mention the flood of goods from China, delivery services (at least in the US) have never been busier or moving higher volumes. This means delays, especially in December. On the other hand, it presumably means small gifts are less likely to attract attention. I would consider that a Yuletide blessing.

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Regards Eddie 69
(12-11-2017, 06:44 PM)Pineapplepen Wrote: I have to admit I full expected a delay with last order and at least three to four weeks. It landed in a record 13 days, not the norm I know. I am pleasantly surprised. My son is waiting on some skateboard stickers from the same place and he is going on five weeks.

Wishing you all a speedy arrival of your flowers.

What part of the country?

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