I now have all the papers (pre-paid mailing label, receipt to be stamped by the postal employee, etc.) to send back the mystery iPhone that I received early Friday morning. In the interest of full disclosure, and to help any of you who have e-mail accounts (who doesn't nowadays?), let me say that I've had the papers from the iPhone seller since Friday morning. I just didn't know it.
For some reason, all the e-mails from the vendor went into my spam folder (Orange.fr calls it les indésirables). It was Walt who had the brilliant idea to ask yesterday if I had checked there, and I hadn't. I hadn't looked inside a spam folder in several years, in fact. So that part of the mystery is solved.
I still don't know why the iPhone was sent to me, and there still has been no sign of suspicious activity on my French or American bank accounts. Now I will send it back. And I will delete my account with the company that shipped it to me.
Meanwhile, we had a gorgeous day yesterday. The temperature on our front deck (or terrasse) was 22ºC (over 70ºF) in the afternoon. It's time to put the table and chairs back out there for the summer season. As Walt stepped out there right after lunch, our neighbor the mayor and her husband were walking by. We talked to them for a few minutes, enjoying the sun on our shoulders.
Included here are a few photos from over the weekend. The plants and flowers are not unusual (cowslips, or coucous, and a collard plant), but I like these shots. I'm doing tests with the different cameras I have, and since we're having a few sunny mornings right now I'm enjoying taking pictures. As always, click or tap on the images to enlarge them.