Spontaneous Skeleton Staff

Dave Hrynkiw
August 6, 2013

We're not really into horoscopes that much, but generally we try to keep the company stars aligned. Sometimes, though, the stars do not align, and decided to go on spontaneous day trips to other corners of the galaxy. It's all well and good for the stars, but the planets really get confused and end up throwing their arms up in the air and before abandoning their orbits. Today, Solarbotics is one such planet.

Due to a variety of what we'll pleasantly call staffing anomalies, we're operating on skeleton staff today (Tuesday August 6th). So please be patient while we try to keep things moving along - we'll be processing orders based on the shipping priority (with the overnight and Purolator Air packages going out first) and responding to calls and emails as we're able to. We'll be more on track tomorrow and usual service should resume. We apologize for any delay and appreciate your understanding.

And if those pesky stars could just get their act together, get back in line, and stay there, that'd be handy.



...Stupid stars.


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