How many people here are Disney fans? I know I will definitely have my hand straight up in an instant. Okay, how many of you had seen Disney on Ice? To those you have seen it, aren't you lucky! To those who have not, I'm sorry but I'm part of your club. I do wish to go see it one day though. By the sounds of it, it's amazing, and apparently definitely worth sending a gift basket to thank somebody over if they were kind enough to get you tickets.
Jonathan wants to send this Gourmet Pathway gift basket to Emma in Rathgar, Ireland as thank you for arranging Disney on Ice for them, and also for getting them tickets to the pantomime as well - wow! I agree with Johnathan, Emma is truly too kind and 'somewhat incredible'. I am going to have to start waggling my eyebrows at my friends and family the next time Disney on Ice comes round, Who knows, maybe if I get them tickets as well as my own, they might get me something yummy in a basket too - yum yum.
And then we have a Deserving Treats basket going out to help somebody feel better.
This get well gift was organised by Adrian in Camelford. He is sending this to his Auntie Vivienne who is staying in a hospital in Westbury-on-Trym. Oh dear. We hope you get better soon. Adrian was so organised though, not only did he have the hospital name, but also a contact telephone number, the exact address and also the room number his auntie is staying in too. After the amount of times customers call up and only have the name of the hospital to give us, this additional information is not only helpful but also meant we didn't have to go detective with the hospital switchboard operators who are rather notorious for not giving us information because we're not related to the patient.
The last gift basket leaving our warehouse today is the Preschool Playtime basket.
It's little Andy's birthday in Carrigaline, Ireland. His Auntie Marie is currently in Melbourne, Australia so unfortunately cannot attend his party on Sunday. She sends her nephew this wonderful gift in hopes that he will learn lots of words from the books and she can look forward to chatting with him next Easter when they get to meet. D'aaaaaw, now that is a thoughtful auntie.