And this was in the mix
The torn envelope.
The sincere apology.
I got a big kick out of this notice. They are just so humble, so sincere, so willing to go the extra mile. Ha!
And yet, when I have packages propped directly in front of the mail slot, it is not unusual for said packages to be shuffled off to the side and not picked up! I have to watch them like a hawk and sometimes race out the door to deliver my packages to the postman.
Oh how I long for my favorite postman who always picked up every package and looked to see if I had anything to mail, even if there was nothing for me. But he got another neighborhood (lucky them) and I now have a series of different letter carriers, some who are conscientious, and some that I have to go racing across the yard to catch. And then, of course, I give them a polite lesson on picking up my packages. (Yes, I am polite and do not accuse them. You get more flies with honey...)
But, "Oh, I didn't look at the address. I thought it was for you" doesn't float.
I am appreciative of the torn envelope being put inside the bag. And I think that overall the USPS does a fine job -- but I'd sure like to stop having to chase after my letter carriers!
So, what do you think...
Do they CARE?!!!
~ sharing over at Miss Jenny's for AlphabeThursday where we are studying the letter U