The post office saw me again. There were letters to mail. Unfilled envelopes always need filling. Drawings are often rescued, colored, and sent as cover for letters and notes. Waste not want not. Well, waste not, need not. Maybe.
I enjoy a sale. The Petite Parcel Set was on sale for 60% off yesterday. Leave not, regret not, use 'em up quickly. Why is most ephemera French? A lot of tape and time went into making this envelope. There's every possibility that the stationery is glued to the envelope. Glue was everywhere! Washi tape too. So naturally there was a need for Scotch tape to keep the edges from peeling back. You should see some of the mail I get that's missing most of the wishi washi! It hangs off in ribbons, if it survives. You laugh at my affair with tape, but my mail arrives intact 99.9% of the time, yes? I worked in a mail room once. Remember? PLUS, my good friends at the Katy branch of the USP.O.
reprimand teach me about taping corners, reinforcing problem areas, how to write Handle With Care not just on the front, how adding a wax seal will cost me an extra 22 cents because they charge extra if they have to hand cancel, etc.. Live and learn at the post office my people! Which makes me wonder if that five foot television made it to its destination. Can you imagine it being returned, stamped "Return to Sender," for whatever reason?
Stationery created on a whim is fun! See what comes from having paper and pencil on hand when an idea flies by? Instant cartoons! The one thing missing is a caption. No, it isn't "I bid you good night." I'm supposed to be taking some much needed time off, yet here I sit, and it's nigh on midnight. Good morning, just in case.