I just got some Sarracenia I traded for, and they are as cold as ice!!! Ahh, now I have "Foreigner" playing in my head....
Anyway, they apparently sat somewhere very cold over the weekend. I am hoping Sarracenia can withstand being frozen like that. If they were Nepenthes(especially lowland),they would probably be toast.
The main thing, is they were sent Priority, but were mailed on Thursday. If they were mailed Saturday, they would still probably get here today. If they were mailed regular mail on Thursday, they still might have arrived today.
Dean Cook is the one that first lead me to the "Mail Priority on Saturday" trick, to where it only ends up taking 48 hours(almost always, not close to Christmas, as Schloaty and I discovered) .
Just a word to the wise...