The assembly area of the warehouse is packed with gift baskets today. I didn't even know where and how to begin which baskets to feature for which blog! Just take a look at the giant queue of baskets still waiting to be put through the shrink-wrap machine.
And on the other side, the girls are still assembling more baskets! It's a Father's Day baskets
madness out there! I think it was a pure miracle as well that I somehow or the other managed to snag enough counter space to take photos of individual baskets. I did have to prop our Baskets Galore lids behind them though to hide the baskets behind and bring more focus on the picture.
This is not a Father's Day basket, but I believe there is nothing worse than having to face the prospect of being sick through an upcoming weekend, which poor Karl and Caroline in Dublin, IE would have to do. Not only was one of them sick, but BOTH of them are. The senders from Australia had sent them each a get well basket to wish them a speedy recovery. Karl is getting a Get Well Fruit Survival Basket for Him
, complete with Top Gear magazine, wooden puzzles, sudoku puzzle book and a popular reading novel.I would take a picture of Caroline's Flowers & Chocolate
basket, but.... er.... I'd kinda have to wade through that massive queue of baskets pictured above to locate it, let's not even talk about how I'd be able to extract it without the girls in the warehouse looking at me like I'd single-handedly ruined their system. So I just had to settle with nabbing and planting her flowering plant gift beside Karl's basket instead.Thinking back to it now, even if I did manage to get Caroline's basket out, I probably wouldn't have enough room to fit the basket on the counter for the photo....