3 and 4

When you add 3 and 4 you clearly get seven right?

Unless 3 plus 4 is two (in the number of packages). This is because the return authorization required them to be in separate shipments (for some reason).

Wouldn’t it be better though – since they are going to the same place – that 3 + 4 becomes just one singular package.

But, no. There is a policy that must be followed. No matter what. (Even if it costs more to do it that way.)

Surely somewhere there are smarter people who have decided 3 and 4 is not one, but two – and – where everyone else would say they make seven. Maybe we need to think more and ask questions so that we can be even more efficient. Math is fun, isn’t it?

~ Dawn aka Hat Girl

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