I got a notice yesterday for a package which failed to deliver since no one was at home, and today I went to the nearest *local* (I actually live closer to a post office in the boardering city) post office to pick it up.
The first thing I noticed is that this package is not from Amazon, therefore it’s not my air brush. It’s a package shipped from Hong Kong, and that could only mean one thing.
Having torn through layers of bubble wrap revealed that my Saber Lily resin kit which I’ve purchased from e2046 has arrived.
I’ve opened the bag and looked at the parts. The parts look clean enough, doesn’t need a whole lot of sanding before it could be painted. Which is great becasue sanding isn’t what I enjoy the most when it comes to building plastic kits. Hopefully, I could get her to look something like this:
My airbrush actually did arrive today, but it arrived when I was out picking up the package above. It would have been all well and stuff, if it wasn’t for what was written on the notice slip.
Why do I have to pay half of what I paid for my item? This makes absolutely no sense. Apparently I’m not the only one, lesson learned: never use UPS (rant post coming up in a few days, don’t have time today).