I took a white bubble-padded envelope that had contained a book I ordered from Amazon, then I scribbled out the old address label, tucked Tea & Trouble inside, folded in the excess, and slid it all into a nice yellow envelope.
I addressed and return-addressed the yellow envelope and sent it off, media mail.
A few weeks later I got something odd in the mail. It was the white padded envelope, still open on one end, with my book inside. I decided the package must have been damaged in transit and they salvaged enough of my scribbled-out address off the label on the old envelope to send it back to me.
There was no sign of the yellow envelope.
I sent Katie another book right away.
Today I got an email from Katie.
I have NO idea what is with those pills!
Were they in a taped-up yellow envelope?? Because this is what happened with your book:
I wanted to pad it so I got a white bubble-padded envelope that had been sent to me from Amazon. I put my book in there and then slipped that into a yellow envelope. A while later I got the book back in the white padded envelope, and the yellow one was nowhere to be seen. I had scribbled out the address on the white one but somehow they got it back to me anyhow. I'm wondering if a batch of packages got run over or something and they patched things together the best they could and stuck the pills in the yellow envelope and sent them to you?? Was there an invoice in it, or any indication where it was from?? [Besides me??!!}
Yes, by all means contact the pharmacy.
[Simvastatin and Levothyroxine]
You are I are developing a long and painful history, and one more chapter has been added to the saga.
Synopsis of chapters:
1. At the behest of my children, I ordered a booklet of music in March.
2. Two days later, the children said they don't need it after all.
3. The booklet arrived. I sent you an email saying, "Can I return it unopened and be refunded?"
4. You sent me a stock email that did not answer my question.
5. I returned it unopened.
6. I received an email wondering about this.
7. I called and talked to a woman who may or may not have been irritated with me. I thought we got it all figured out. The flowers bloomed and life was good.
8. The plot thickens: A second package arrived in the mail from Sheet Music Plus.
9. I thought it might be a ticket to Cancun, since I am such a valued customer. Or at least a Starbucks gift card. Instead, it was yet another copy of the sheet music I had originally ordered. With a bill.
10. I called about this. A nice gentleman told me he'd email a return form.
11. Which he did. I returned the package.
12. My husband reviewed his Visa bill and discovered that we were charged for sheet music on March 13th and this was never refunded.
13. He was not happy.
14. Neither was I.
How will the story end? With a happy sigh and sunshine and laughter and balanced Visa bills? Or with ongoing chapters of frustration and despair, of darkness and gloom and packages of sheet music doomed to forever passing in the mail?
The story waits. It is for you to decide.
If not, please do not hesitate to contact us again.
Thank you for keeping us informed. The order was returned to us and resent. I guess at some point an error was made. You have not been charged in any way. We have already refunded you for the item. Please keep or donate the item as you see fit.
We look forward to helping you with your sheet music needs in the future.
Let us know if we can be of further assistance.
Later: Steven says, "I was just messing around with the mower, seeing how low the blades could go."