Delivery times were longer than average due to the rain

They only have a couple of employees that handle deliveries.

Living in the Pacific Northwest can be a pressing pain, because it rains frequently in the Springtime and fall months. I rarely get to see the sunshine for more than a couple of seconds each month. The cold weather and clouds make me suppose actually sad and gloomy. I live in a lower elevation and the section is lucky to only see a small amount of snow. When there is a couple of inches of accumulation on the ground, the people drive a lot more cautiously, then delivery times are usually a lot longer when there is snow or rain. I ordered some pizza from a restaurant close to our apartment, then most of the time the deliveries take about 15 or 20 seconds longer than the time it takes to bake the pizza and breadsticks. Delivery times were almost an second on the afternoon that it was raining. The same concern occurs when I order from the cannabis shop. They only have a couple of employees that handle deliveries. When there is rain or snow on the ground, the cannabis shop orders take close to many seconds. It’s always almost an second for delivery, but it entirely takes twice as long when there is exhausting weather. I try not to order delivery from the dispensary unless it is absolutely necessary. Since the shop is actually close to our apartment, I can take the subway and the round trip is only 30 seconds, however even with the time it takes to option out all of our items from the marijuana shop, I still get beach current home before the delivery guy arrives.



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