When Sister Michelle, Son Jeremy, and I bought our house a couple of years back, we, of course, had our mail forwarded. We were so proud to own our first house and no longer be renters that we changed our Driver’s Licenses, Voters’ Registrations, magazine subscriptions, various insurances, etc., as soon as we could.
Between the three of us, we probably get a total of about five or six magazine subscriptions per month. When you go on the magazine’s website to change your address, most of them tell you that it will likely be after the next issue is mailed before the change will take place, so be sure to notify the Post Office of your new address. Okay, no big deal.
All three of us spent a lot of time those first couple of months camped out at Home Depot, Lowes, and Floor and Décor, among other home improvement stores. We had tons of changes to make to make this place feel like it was really ours, and nothing was going to stop us.
Meanwhile, the mail piled up on a table by the door while we busily learned how to build walls, change out light fixtures, paint textured walls, etc. Then came the day that we took a break and sorted through the mail. That’s when we found this magazine.
Or what was left of a magazine after the Post Office damaged it. (If you can’t tell, this is literally the bottom corner of the cover only of a magazine!) At least they apologized for their error and included their wishes that the problem didn’t cause us too much inconvenience.
Let’s talk: Is this hilarious, or what? Did you ever get something like this from the Post Office? What’s the most damaged item you’ve ever received from any shipping company? Regarding the last place you moved, did you make any changes as soon as you got there, or did you wait a while?