Another day, another friend to help lick some stamps with me,
Because of the curls on my head I kind of look like I'm from Whoville which is fitting because as you can tell by the tree, it's Christmas time. Today I mailed the Holiday themed postcard:
Since I'm sending this postcard to local offices, this is also the first postcard that has required stamps. Due to a generous donor, I have approximately 1000 stamps to use. They're all colorful, unique, and a few decades old. Because of this, I've had to learn fun facts like Canada used to have stamps worth different price points, as opposed to local and international stamps. Stamps are confusing; there's a lot to learn about stamps. One FUN fact is that old stamps require a whole lot of licking. Thus, I assembled a squadron of 2 siblings and one friend to help me along my journey.
After all the licking, pasting, and double checking was done, I dropped them off at the nearest Canada Post™ in the local drug store. The man behind the counter said under his breath that sending a postcard cost $1.00, (we only had 95¢ stamps) but said we should send them anyways. Hopefully, we don't get them returned. I'll be sure to cover 1 dollar next time.
Anyways, that's me; you're you. Enjoy the weather, whatever it is, and I'll see you next week!
Hello world! Today I'm lucky enough to have had dinner with my dear friend Sarah and her cousin Julie, in the presence of homemade beeswax candles. Afterwards I labeled the postcards, also in the presence of homemade beeswax candles.
I've still gotten no response, so I'm going to contact the secretaries of the different offices in January to confirm the postcards were received.
Till then, I mail and pray.
Have a happy holiday season!