It is day two as I sit and wait for a parcel to arrive.
The condition is scarce. I have not left the house.
I have not showered.
And I was brazen by taking a chance to bake blueberry muffins. I am hoping the scent of cinnamon and blueberries will lure the FedEx driver to my house and deliver the parcel within a reasonable time.
It was only yesterday I sat and waited, doing laundry, taking care of my to do-list, only to trace the tracking number on my computer that evening to discover they were at my house at exactly 2pm.
I was in my house at 2pm! I will tell you this! There was no knock or note on the door and there was no ringing of doorbell!
I quietly wait and lurk through the back pages of McSweeney’s.
I am getting nervous , twitchy, and wonder if I leave the comfort of my main floor – will he appear, sneak on the deck, and run-off again with the package. I wonder what is this FedEx drivers game?
I contacted their customer service and explained my plight. Her only advice to me was “to leave a note on the door for them to knock or ring the doorbell.” If the FedEx man does not already have the commonsense to do any of that – I wonder is he playing with full deck?
Only time will tell as I sink into the stinky abyss of my stringy hair and day old yoga pants. I wait as time marches on. I wait for that one hope of a knock on that door, a friendly smile asking for a signature, and the freedom to go about my day.
Please keep me you in your thoughts my deodorant is beginning to fade and the odor. Oh! The horror of the insidious odor!
Darcie Cameron is a RYT 200 who believes Yoga is a gift that is accessible to everyone with proper modifications, a patient smile and just taking the time to breathe. One of the greatest presents you will ever unwrap is when you connect your mind, body and spirit in perfect sync with your own breath. Connect with Darcie on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/darciecameronlovesyoga