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March 29th, 2002

No Mail

I didn’t think it was possible to not get any mail. For as long as I can remember, as long as it wasn’t a Sunday or a holiday, my mailbox has had something, even if just a grocery store circular or yet another piece of we-can-refinance-your-mortgage junk mail. But the other day, there wasn’t a thing in our mailbox. And I know the mailman came, because we had outgoing mail that had been picked up.

I thought that either a.) somebody had lifted our mail, or b.) he had put the mail under the mat on our porch and it blew away. But the more I think about it, the more I’m sure that we actually didn’t get any mail.

Why an empty mailbox consumes my mind like this, I don’t know.

Posted in Everyday Life

FROM: Paul [E-Mail]
DATE: Friday March 29, 2002 -- 11:37:38 am
Oh, yes. It's possible - and it freaks me out.

I'm at least expecting a postcard from Sam Ash, or the seemingly-incessant "Local Values" flyers from the Chicago Tribune. When we don't get mail, I think something horrible has happened.



FROM: Robert [E-Mail]
DATE: Friday March 29, 2002 -- 1:23:40 pm
Even with the computer parts and porn the previous tenant left to come to our house, we've had a few days without mail in the past two weeks. It frightens me.



FROM: Matt
DATE: Sunday March 31, 2002 -- 12:33:34 am
Ryan- Come on and let everyone know that you got about 100 pieces of mail at work this day.



FROM: Ryan
DATE: Sunday March 31, 2002 -- 10:10:12 pm
I may have gotten a DVD, but I swear, that's it!



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