The cannabis delivery driver didn’t give me a warning call

I don’t know how I feel about delivery orders at this point.

Like many others, I had most of my groceries delivered to my house during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Since I have a compromised immune system, I was fearful of contracting the virus and dying like so many older folks in my family over the course of the two worst years. Fortunately, I never knowingly caught the virus. If I happened to catch COVID at some point, I was completely asymptomatic and unaware I was sick. Now that the risk level is much lower, I’m more comfortable being in crowded public spaces. On top of that, the delivery drivers for the grocery store were always contract employees from a third-party company. They’re not always reliable and will often deliver your groceries to the wrong address without looking at the house or apartment number first to verify they’re in the right place. I’m thankful that the cannabis delivery drivers aren’t nearly this bad, but lately they haven’t been giving me warning calls when they’re on their way to my house like they used to. Before they would always call at least 10 minutes before arriving at my house to make sure I was home and available to collect my cannabis products. I took a nap and nearly missed my recent cannabis delivery order simply because the cannabis delivery driver didn’t bother to give me the warning call that I was expecting. I woke up to the sound of him banging on my door. When I got to the door, he was already walking back to this car and I had to shout to get his attention.


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