Deliver the Mail

Recently I sent a package. Being thrifty, I re-used an envelope that I had received. The post office tells you to mark out any previous shipping information. When I did, with a heavy black marker, I was irresistibly reminded of a truck. So, I just went on and decorated the package with this truck and driver.

I just couldn’t help myself.

The moral of this story is: The envelope can be as important as the contents!

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4 thoughts on “Deliver the Mail

  1. alsopeaceful

    thanks, good to see.

    your arrow at bottom reminds me of secret arrow on fed ex truck, signs, etc.; have you found it?

    jeff shapiro

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  2. dorandana

    You see, I would be so humbled to receive a package that presented itself before me in such an artful manner, that I would be at a loss to open it immediately. It would take some time to settle in…I would wonder….hummmm….dare I open it? Is the package itself the message and gift? Would I diminish its value by tearing it open?

  3. Claudia McGill Post author

    Maybe even better things will be inside such a package? That’s what I always hope people will think – if the outside is decorated then the inside must be something good, too?

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