I noticed it out of the corner of my eye as I walked past the front door. It was just sitting there looking so ordinary on my porch; just a large cardboard box. It had a plain address label which was addressed to me and a bright orange sticker which read "Fragile! Handle with care" The UPS man must have placed it there like he does with so many other packages only this time I didn't hear the doorbell ring. I unlocked the door and wrangled the large awkward box into the foyer and carefully looked at the other markings on the box, totally forgetting about an online order I had placed about two weeks ago. There on the side of the box was a label that said, "Respironics." Respironics is a company that manufactures CPAP machines and CPAP supplies which are used by people with sleep apnea. I had a moment of panic as I hurried to the kitchen to get a knife to open the box. Sometime in May I had placed an order for 2 soft CPAP caps for Jay. The order had never come but our credit card had not been charged so I didn't give it another thought. Jay and I had talked about the order for the caps and he assured me he had a backup cap and was fine with the apparent outcome of my order. I forgot about that order until "Respironics" was staring at me in bold black ink from the side of a very large box. Oh my gosh! That order must be here and it surely was messed up because 2 soft caps would most certainly fit in an 8 1/2" x 11" padded envelope without difficulty. How many caps did I get and what was it going to take to get this all straightened out. Panicked I tore into the box! Packing peanuts in multiple colors came spilling out of the box. I remember thinking, "who needs to pack peanuts around fabric caps?" I dug though the peanuts only to encounter blocks of foam padding, lots and lots of foam. My concern and panic was increasing. What did I mistakenly order and what is it going to take to get this mess straightened out? Then I saw it and I began smiling, grinning, laughing as total joy came exploding out of that large ordinary cardboard box! You see that order I had forgotten about was for items I had seen on E Bay after discovering another cardboard box of memories and precious toys had been lost, mistakenly donated to Goodwill. I had won an auction and this was my winnings. There under my fingers was a Fisher Price A Frame house, not my house but another perfect house. The tears came again but this time they for happiness found inside an ordinary box at my front door.