366 days of gratitude

Letters aren’t very big and even now there are far fewer people using snail mail,  it strikes me as a minor miracle that envelopes dropped in a mail box somewhere end up in the right one somewhere else.

Sometimes an item goes astray, and sometimes it takes a wee bit longer than it should. But that’s relatively rare and mostly mail gets where it should go in a very few days.

Even though there’s a lot less mail than there used to be and the volume is likely to reduce even more, even now the junk to real mail ratio is deteriorating and even if the real mail is more likely to be about business rather than pleasure, I’m still grateful for the mail service.

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