I don’t know what it was about being a cannabis delivery driver, but I enjoyed what I was doing.
I got to meet a lot of cool people now that we were delivering in person and not with a no-contact rule.
Some people still believe in tipping people who do their cannabis delivery, which makes it nice. It’s a few extra dollars in your pocket. Even without getting a tip, I have met people I would have never met if I weren’t a marijuana delivery driver. Last month, I delivered several marijuana products to a veteran of the Vietnam War. He talked to me for almost a half hour. I was sure he was lonely because he said his wife had divorced him several years earlier. He told me about being at Camp Lejeune, which is where a lot of his health issues started. I think he would have talked for at least another hour if I hadn’t told him I had other cannabis deliveries to make that day. He apologized for keeping me, and said if I stopped by again, he would enjoy talking to me longer. I tried to put him on my regular marijuana delivery route, but I didn’t always get the same one. One afternoon, I realized my last marijuana delivery was to the old man’s address. I sat and talked to him for almost two hours once I called into the dispensary to tell them I made my last marijuana delivery of the day and what I was doing. They knew who I was talking about and thanked me for calling in.