Is it common for golf clubs to send their members get well fruit baskets? Because I'm pretty sure I've never seen my dad receive one when he was under the weather - granted, he is very rarely under the weather and have a seemingly invincible immune system in comparison to my poor one. Or maybe it's because he is just in the wrong golf club.
This gorgeous Fruit and Muffins basket was ordered by a golf club for a gentleman who is currently recovering in a London hospital. Look at how amazing the colours look! The girls in the assembly area also put in some artificial flower posies to further enhance the basket, giving it a very fresh and uplifting feeling.
Speaking of flowers, there is an order for two baskets going to the same person.
The Flowers and Treats basket is going alongside an All Things Nice Birthday basket. It was ordered by Isabella's parents as a gift for her 22nd birthday. Maybe her parents cannot decide which basket to send her and decided to give her an extra big surprise by just sending both! I'm sure Isabella would be delighted and very excited when she sees these two arriving by courier services tomorrow.
And then we have this mysterious get well basket, Boredom Buster Get Well. It had a message which says "So glad that bit's over!" I suppose it meant the worst of the recipient's illness is over and he is now on the road to recovery? If that is so, then he would be pleased to know that he would have a fruit basket arriving tomorrow to his address, with extra juicy and revitalising fruit to help his recovery along even more.