Between the save the dates and the wedding invitations we’ve given the post office quite a bit of money! Because the post office is going bankrupt they have to hike up their prices, which I understand, but it makes me not want to even send stuff in the mail! I mean, for half a second I even considered the super tacky wedding e-vites. Half a second only, though. At least they do offer pretty wedding stamps. If we’re paying seventy-and-some cents per envelope that’s the least they could do. Despite the shock to my credit card all of the invitations got sent out a few weeks ago and the RSVPs are slowly trickling back in to us. I guess that means the post office, and my stamps, are doing their jobs.
Here’s my holiday ‘fix the world’ solution that no one will like as much as I do: the USPS should close and be absorbed by the private mail enterprises so that the post men can continue working and then the higher up post office people should just control the sale and price of stamps. Sounds good to me. Although, I think we’ll have to work out the issue of defining cities because doesn’t the establishment of a post office designate the formation of municipality? Someone else will have to solve that problem I guess, I’ve done my part. Happy holidays!
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