The following has evaluated to null or missing:
==> <# [in template "delegator:default:DataResource:citiesWeDeliver_puf" at line 58, column 8]
Tip: If the failing expression is known to be legally refer to something that's sometimes null or missing, either specify a default value like myOptionalVar!myDefault, or use <#if myOptionalVar??>when-present<#else>when-missing#if>. (These only cover the last step of the expression; to cover the whole expression, use parenthesis: (myOptionalVar.foo)!myDefault, (myOptionalVar.foo)??
FTL stack trace ("~" means nesting-related):
- Failed at: #if relatedGeos?size gt 0 [in template "delegator:default:DataResource:citiesWeDeliver_puf" at line 58, column 3]
Rosh Hashanah - Jewish New Year: Septembr 20th - Septembr 22nd
Rosh Hashanah is the Holiday when Jews all over the world celebrate the Jewish New Year. It is the time for evaluating our past actions and expressing our hopes for the future. In particular, Rosh Hashanah is time well spent with friends and family. We offer a variety of greeting cards, flowers, Rosh Hashanah Flower Bouquets filled with White roses, pink carnations, Lavenders and much more to wish a Sweet and Healthy Year!!
Thanksgiving Day - Canada: October 9th Thanksgiving Day is a national holiday celebrated primarily in the United States and Canada as a day of giving thanks for the blessing of the harvest and of the preceding year. Several other places around the world observe similar celebrations. It is celebrated on the fourth Thursday of November in the United States and on the second Monday of October in Canada. Thanksgiving has its historical roots in religious and cultural traditions, and has long been celebrated in a secularmanner as well.
Diwali - India: October 18th Diwali, India's most anticipated, widely celebrated festival of lights is also India's largest shopping and gift giving festival. Because it is associated with prosperity, the tradition of shopping and giving gifts is very prominent and important part of the celebrations. Diwali is a time during which the entire Indian country goes on shopping and gift giving sprees.
Halloween: October 31st
Evolving from the ancient Celtic holiday of Samhain, modern Halloween has become less about literal ghosts and ghouls and more about costumes and candy. The Celts used the day to mark the end of the harvest season and the beginning of winter, and also believed that this transition between the seasons was a bridge to the world of the dead. Over the millennia the holiday transitioned from a somber pagan ritual to a day of merriment, costumes, parades and sweet treats for children and adults. Send Halloween Roses, teddy, Calla Lilies, carnations etc.
Thanksgiving Day - US: November 23rd Thanksgiving Day is a time to feel gratitude for the good things in life. This is a day of festivity, family reunions and lavish feasts. In the USA this day is considered as one of the major family celebration generally celebrated at home with family and friends. People celebrate this day with a great enthusiasm with their family and friends and sometimes give gifts like flowers, jewellery, baked cookies, chocolates etc to their near and dear.
Black Friday: November 24th Black Friday is the Friday following Thanksgiving Day in the United States (the fourth Thursday of November), often regarded as the beginning of the Christmas shopping season. In recent years, most major retailers have opened extremely early and offered promotional sales to kick off the holiday shopping season, similar to Boxing Day sales in many Commonwealth nations.
Cyber Monday: November 27th Cyber Monday is a marketing term for the Monday after Thanksgiving in the United States. The term "Cyber Monday" was created by marketing companies to persuade people to shop online. The term made its debut on November 28, 2005, in a Shop.org press release entitled "'Cyber Monday Quickly Becoming One of the Biggest Online Shopping Days of the Year".