The mail carrier/postal worker arrived rather late today. This didn’t bother me, but it did make for a good starting sentence to this post.
Long after work was done, I made the short pilgrimage to the mailbox. When I got there, I was pleasantly surprised. There was a small package for me. As I walked back to my house, I mentally went over my recent purchases, trying to guess what it was. I am expecting a number of things that, thanks to Covid 19, are overdue. These include birthday gifts, stamps, and some cycling gear.
Then it hit me. It must be the screwdriver I ordered months ago. I ordered this particular screwdriver because it was better suited to adjusting the derailleur on my bicycle as it was “Japanese standard”. I don’t know whether it will really make any difference, but I saw a video that featured the screwdrivers and how all the top cycling teams use them, like the idea of having bicycle specific tools, liked the design of the tool, and probably needed another purchase to qualify for free shipping.
It has been so long that I was starting to think it would never arrive. I had already started mentally composing my complaint letter to Amazon and the supplier of the screwdriver. It felt pretty good when it showed up in my mailbox. It wasn’t Christmas, but it was Today’s Perfect Moment.