So here we are at day 9, Invitations and Letters for #worldpostday
World Post Day! I wonder if they invented that to try and encourage people to write more letters, or maybe just to celebrate those wonderful men and women that get up at stupid O-Clock to deliver our mail!
Although in my rural little village, I am lucky if we get the Royal Mail before 1pm, although all of the other delivery drivers can turn up anything from 8am to 9pm these days, so you never know when that parcel will arrive, or in the case of Lochlan who was desperately waiting for his new mobile phone that was due on Saturday and didn’t actually turn up until he had gone to college yesterday!! Thankfully peace has been restored in the house and his snapchat no longer crashes!!
With so many people now sending emails, post is very rare these days, Christmas time used to mean lots of post, but nowadays lots are opting to send e-cards or not bothering, not that I can blame people as the cost of stamps these days is extortionate!
I was looking for some witty poem about a postman but instead I give you a bronze postbox, to celebrate Anthony Ogogo coming third in the middleweight category at the 2012 Olympics, it caused a bit of controversy because Royal Mail were only painting post boxes gold, so someone local decided that our local hero deserved a bronze one!
Asa worked on the local torch relay procession and Anthony very kindly sent Kaide a message telling him to work hard and do well at school no matter what career he decides to go into, Kaide was very impressed and is doing what Anthony says!