Magical Truthsaying Bastard Shadesong (shadesong) wrote,
Magical Truthsaying Bastard Shadesong
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Brief complaint about a first-world problem

Earlier this year when I had a bit of money, I treated myself to a Seasons yarn subscription at Sundara Yarn, home of luscious oversaturated color yum. I dithered about whether I wanted winter or autumn for weeks. I know. I'm a dork. Chose autumn. The yarns were delayed a month, and that was fine because they kept us apprised and gave us a coupon. Friday they notified me that they mailed them. YAY! I have been all bouncy because there's a chill in the evening air and a few crunchy leaves on the ground, and I! Get! Autumn! Yarn!

Yarn arrived today.

I am fairly certain that I have the wrong damn shipment, because I associate bright green and pink/violet with spring. Maybe summer. *Not* autumn.

^$&#^$*&%*

I have e-mailed them, and hopefully it was just an oversight easily fixed, but I am cranky because seriously, I was walking home like "Today! Today is autumn yarn day!" It is not autumn yarn day after all.

Yes, I know, it is a *tiny* problem as problems go, but I want my autumn colors. *pout* I'm going to go nap now.
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