Our Organ Deliveries Dallas drivers have a pretty important job, and we love them for all that they do for our customers. However, there may be a task even more important than that of our Organ Deliveries Dallas team. That task would be educating the youth of our great nation, and that job belongs to our teachers. This week is National Teacher Appreciation Week. It’s a time to say, “thank you” to all those educators who have a part in enriching the lives and minds of our young people.
Its over. The mad Christmas rush has finally subsided. The last present has been opened. The wrapping paper collected and recycled. The last cookie left for Santa has been dunked and digested. What now? Well, you only have a week to get things squared away for 2014. We at Lab Deliveries Dallas had a good run this holiday season. We were out picking up and delivering your items from Turkey Day to Christmas Day and every day in between. As much as we loved serving you this season, we’re already getting set for the New Year. Here are a few things you might consider settling before the start of 2014:
- Nelson Mandela
This week marks a somber day in our nation’s history. It is the twelfth anniversary of the attacks on the World Trade Center, on September 11, 2001. Our Lab Courier Dallas group would like to take a moment to pay tribute to those who lost their lives, as well as those who survived as heroes. We lost nearly 3,000 lives that day, including those who were in the North and South towers of the World Trade Center, the Pentagon, and all lives aboard the four planes that were hijacked.
With April 15 just around the corner (aka tomorrow), chances are you are stressed, you haven’t eaten, your body is in overdrive and you are either over-eating or under-eating. Tis the season for busy-ness. Everyone in my life is running around like chickens with their heads cut off.
Tax season is upon us… dundundunnnnnnnnn. Cue scary music, dimming lights and a scary masked man popping out from around the corner. I don’t know anyone who actually likes tax day. It sucks. Mention April 15 around here and you’ll get a look from our Dallas delivery team. (This might be a good time to mention that April 15 is actually my birthday. Talk about a depressing day to enter the world. I kid, I kid. Sort of…)
I know, I know. I work for a company full of Dallas medical couriers, so shouldn’t I be blogging about healthy living tips? BORRRING. Just kidding…
Local is where it’s at. Back in the day, it was all about local, and at some point, we moved to big business. We went from buying from local farmers to buying at Supermarkets where we had no clue who the farmers were. Who was growing your food? Who cares! That was the mentality.