Customer service is always something that is important and I try to be appreciative of good customer service. The title of this post is a little bit misleading. I apologize. Just not feeling particularly witty today I guess but I did have to share a little project that Mr. Diamond and I did this weekend.
The new kitten is coming this weekend and we are trying to make sure that the house is as safe as possible for the little bundle of fluff. We have a loft with a railing and while the slats are close together so that baby heads can’t poke through a kitten head might be a different story. Plus this kitten is going to be a jumper and climber if his relatives Fajita and Diego are any indicator. So we decided we needed to secure the balcony railing a little bit in preparation.
I bought this mesh railing cover which is going to do the trick quite nicely. It is easy to install and easy to take down so I think it will be the best solution for the situation at this point for an inexpensive price. As with many items that are purchased on line the directions leave a little to be desired and usually the instructions have been translated from other languages. Sometimes better than others.
The instructions did not even include all of the items that were in the kit but we figured it out. After all – Mr. Diamond is a pretty smart guy. But the instructions made me laugh – especially the second highlighted passage below.
Dear customers. Not just a customer. I am a dear customer. Why thank you. Thank you, makers of 4UHeart for recognizing that I am a dear person. I truly appreciate it.
So to all of my readers out there today — consider yourself dear to me. If you are taking the time to read this, want to know what is going on with me or just looking into my life a little for whatever reason – you are dear. Thank you. I may start calling every one dear in my life now so be forewarned. Leave me a comment, dear one — Comments for a Cause –Warm Coats for Kids.