I ordered 2 items thru Amazon Prime on Friday. The promised delivery date is today, Sunday, January 24. They have not arrived. Instead I got an email with a bogus notice of attempted delivery.
I deliberately stayed home all day just so I could wait for those items to be delivered. They did not come. No one knocked on my door. No one left a notice of attempted delivery which I should have gotten, if in fact, they actually came to my door. But no notice was left because no one tried to deliver the items. It is totally bogus.
Now, when I try to contact Amazon about this problem, I find that it is virtually impossible to contact them or the sellers. Putting this out on social media is the only recourse I have.
Sunday, January 24, 2016
Saturday, January 23, 2016
The Ave beads in this rosary are 8mm Connemara Marble beads imported directly from Ireland. While there are 4 different kinds of marble indigenous to Ireland, Connemara Marble is the only one that is most commonly associated with the Emerald Isle. These beads are an olive green with darker bands and patches of serpentine and white patches. They have a waxy surface which is one of the characteristics of Connemara Marble. Many of the beads are not perfectly round, this only adds to the charm of the rosary. The Pater bead is pewter with a Celtic Knot motif. The medal honors Our Lady of Knock. The crucifix is a traditional Irish Celtic cross. This rosary is under 13 1/2 inches long Both the medal and the crucifix are silver colored metal. Please click here to learn more about this rosary and please visit my shop, The Rosary Works, to see more of my unbreakable, wire wrapped, single decade rosaries.
Friday, January 22, 2016
The Ave beads in this beautiful rosary are 6mm natural rainbow moonstone beads. These beads are called "rainbow" moonstone because have lots of "fire" or iridescence. When seen in bright light, these beads several different colors. This is difficult to catch with a camera. The translucence of the beads gives them a subtle glow. This, too, can be seen in the photos The Pater beads are 8.5 natural garnets. These beads provide a nice contrast to the snow white moonstone beads. The garnets appear black in dim light and also appear black in the photos. They are actually a deep wine red color. The center honors Our Mother of Sorrows and the reverse shows a Pieta. Both the center and the crucifix are lead free pewter. Please click here to learn more about this rosary and please visit my shop, The Rosary Works to see more of my wire wrapped, unbreakable rosaries.