Picking up the prescription for Mr J from the same pharmacy as the prescription from the previous mission for Mr K.
A short run from Euston to Kings x and I quickly arrived to Mr J. Another grateful person in need to have received his meds on the weekend.
Another run down the canal towpath back home saw the sun come out after such a dreary day!
Time to put my feet up!!
Following on from my visit to Ms J and a run from Camden to Euston saw me pick up a prescription for Mr K.
A very short walk around the corner from the pharmacy and the prescription was delivered with ease to Mr K. He was really grateful to have received his meds... one more mission to go!!
Another Saturday mission to deliver some groceries to the lovely Ms J....but this time with a twist!!
I noticed a load of boxes blocking the entrance to Ms J’s place so was immediately concerned. After moving some of the boxes and shouting out to her, I was relieved to hear her voice! She heard some noise yesterday evening but was unaware that a courier had left a load of boxes outside her front door! She had not ordered anything and so was not expecting any parcels and the boxes were soaking wet because of the rain!
After taking all of her shopping out of my bag for and taking the rubbish bag out I went to look at the addressee of the parcels. They were for someone one road down with the same door number. I decided to knock on the door and a woman answered. After explaining the situation she informed me that she was trying to track down the packages and was having problems with the courier as they had stated that they had been delivered!
The mission quickly became a 2 in 1 as I showed her where the parcels had been left. We borrowed Ms J’s wheelbarrow and loaded it with as many boxes as possible. She pushed it back to hers and I carried the remaining boxes which didn’t fit in the wheelbarrow. Talk about community spirit! 👌🏽😊
Both were ever so grateful for the help. Two good deeds done with two more to go...Mr K here I come...
The mission was originally listed for Saturday but after quickly realising that the pharmacy was closed on the weekend, it was relisted as an emergency mission for Friday afternoon.
With the running torch in full beam whilst running down the canal towpath, I reached the pharmacy to collect the prescription. A very short walk to deliver to Ms Y and she was extremely pleased to have received her meds to ease her pain over the weekend.
There’s no better way to start the weekend than to realise you have helped to ease someone’s pain during these difficult times!
Hope you get better soon Ms Y and sorry for the slight delay!
Thank you Mission Control for your support!!