I was saddened to hear that the postal service
just announced a $3.5 billion loss so far this year,
following a $9 billion loss last year.
All very good reasons to celebrate
those who do their part in keeping snail mail alive.
A big "Yippee" to all these mail senders:
A parental figure made us this cutie-pa-tootie
Winnie-The-Pooh thank you card.
And check out this bonanza:
Letters, newspaper articles, postcards:
what could be more fun?!
And then there are all of these:
I am coming up on a "milestone" birthday and
my Sissy (who is Much Much older than me, by the way)
thinks it is just so funny to send me
as many Your-an-Old-Person-Now cards as she can find.
This has been going on for weeks.
Sisters. Aren't they great!
Oh, and I've received other things
that I got too excited about and forgot to photograph.
Cool things like:
a box of seashells from parental figures,
magazines, a book of crosswords puzzles.
I'm telling you, it has been a party
virtually every day out at my mail box!
Thanks to everyone for thinking of me
and for helping to keep the mail service in business.
Long live the USPS!