At Dallas Courier delivery services, we live and die by the clock and the calendar. Meaning, we are obsessed with clocks and calendars. Why? Well, everything we do is based on time. Every delivery has a time limit, every customer has expectations. If a customer requests our 3 hour on demand delivery services Dallas and we don't show up for pick-up until the following day, you would be confused about our ability to tell time and abide by a calendar.
Jingle bells, jingle bells, jingle all the way. Oh what fun it is to ride, in a one horse open sleigh, hey! Dashing through the snow, in a one horse open sleigh. O'er the fields we go, laughing all the way. Bells on bob tails ring, making spirits bright, what fun it is to lauhg and sing a sleighing song tonight!
Sometimes, we all need a simple vacation. Sometimes we need to drive as far as we cazn. It's oddly freeing to just drive. The freedom of the open road - no traffic, no agenda. Our couriers Dallas get to experience some of this freedom, especially during out of town delivery services like Dallas to Austin delivery services, Dallas to Houston delivery services and Dallas to Oklahoma City delivery services. I say experience "some" of this freedom because our couriers obviously have a very specific agenda: to make the delivery on time, safely and securely. Since our driving always has an agenda, this blog post is as much for our couriers as it is for our readers.
Can it be? Is it true? Say it is so! It looks like fall might be upon us, North Texas. Now, I know people up north may laugh when I say this, but the good news is, I'm not writing it for them. I'm writing it for my fellow Texans. Those who have pride in this great state. Those who respect the heat, even love it. But when summer ends, we aren't too sad to say goodbye. We are ready for a break from 100 plus degree days. We welcome the 'cool.'
We love Dallas sports teams. If you are one of our loyal blog readers, this should come as no surprise. We are always blogging about whatever teams are playing, and in case you've been living under a giant rock... football is back!! You know what we also love about football season, we often get to handle Dallas deliveries including Dallas Cowboys football tickets!
We have quite a few diehard Cowboys fans at Dallas Courier. They sport their Romo jerseys often, and I imagine that quite a few will be going out this weekend to buy Ogletree jerseys (I know I will be!).
I just got finished with a weekend in the city of brotherly love. That’s right, this Texas girl headed North for along weekend in Philadelphia. And I must say, it was quite the city. If you haven’t been, it officially has my stamp of approval. I often write about Texas cities and tourism tips, but it isn’t often I write about the farther away places. It always makes sense for our blog for Texas travel tips because we handle Dallas to Austin deliveries, Dallas to San Antonio deliveries, Dallas to Houston deliveries and even out of state deliveries like Dallas to Oklahoma City deliveries.
This is the land of the free, the home of the brave. We have men and women fighting for our freedoms as I write this. That is always a humbling thought for me. They are serving their country so I can work where I want, live where I want, worship where and how I want, and vote for who I want in leadership positions. Freedom truly is not free. And in the coming week, our team at Dallas Courier is saluting each and every serviceman and servicewoman that protects the freedoms we enjoy daily.
In case you haven't noticed, our company loves America. Whenever a patriotic holiday is near, our blog turns to all things red, white and blue. Why? Well, it's simple. America is the reason we exist. We have a free market where entrepreneurs can start companies from scratch. Competition is encouraged, which makes service better and better for the customer. So, needless to say, we celebrate the Fourth of July in a big way. Becoming the best courier company in Dallas would not be possible without freedom. Making 24 hour deliveries Dallas would like not be possible either. So celebrate we must.
a. A nonspatial continuum in which events occur in apparently irreversible succession from the past through the present to the future.
b. An interval separating two points on this continuum; a duration: a long time since the last war; passed the time reading.
c. A number, as of years, days, or minutes, representing such an interval: ran the course in a time just under four minutes.
d. A similar number representing a specific point on this continuum, reckoned in hours and minutes: checked her watch and recorded the time, 6:17 a.m.
e. A system by which such intervals are measured or such numbers are reckoned: solar time.
Kinsler, Andrus, Hamilton, Beltre, Young, Napoli, Moreland, Murphy, Gentry, Snyder, Gonzalez. Now that is quite the batting line-up.