Advertisement Yes!! I left a note for UPS to find a neighbor that was home and to "PLEASE.PLEASE do not leave it outside!" I said it was live seedlings and the cold would kill the roots=D . Anyway, I got home about 1 am and my neighbor was still awake, so I decide to go an ask if there was a package. She had it!! I was so sooo glad it wasn't frozen! But there still remained the question of the condition of the little G. pulchra inside. I took it home and immediately opened it~literally ripping it apart as fast as I could! When I stuck my hand into the shredded paper, it still had a small amount of heat!! YAY!!! I uncovered the little dish inside, and I see movement! YAY!!! I open it up and find a tiny, 1/2" little sling (I had ordered a 1" sling by the way ) . So I put it into it's new little clean cup, add a wet paper towel piece, and a small cricket. I was worried because it seemed to be moving very slowly and I figured it was week from not feeding(the abdomen was kinda small). I took out the cricket, slightly disabled it and put it back in. In about 15 minutes, I noticed it was finally able to grab the wiggling cricket and was happily munchin' away! =D I'm so happy that UPS was able to get it right this one time! I had left notes before but all the other times my package was left on the porch. Next time, I'm gonna INSIST they use FedEx or Airborne Express.