Yeah, what is with that?! I get mail back at work months later. Where is all this stuff sitting?
Love the USPS.
It usually works this way for me. I draft an e-mail (perhaps to you) and I click send. (Actually I use keyboard commands so it's [alt] S.)A pop message appears telling me that the message requires at least one recipient.Doh!
Lin, I've no idea where it is, but I guess they clean out that bin infrequently.Vee, yes. Mostly pretty good service for the price. Although. Since the cost of first class in 1950 was three cents, and the cost now is 49 cents, one observes that the increase has outpaced inflation significantly (should be thirty cents). Yet the postal service is broke. Can anyone say "mismanagement"? Oh, yeah. Delivery to your home, twice a day. Nah. Must be fantasizing now.Chuck, I've done that. More than once.
Postal service is greatly under-staffed. Return mail? Put it in a bin and then maybe once a week or on a slow day, re-process it?
Grace, I suspect that it happens just so.
you still use snail mail? Fie!
Sharkey, how my Mama taught me. Except of course for the omission of the postage.
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