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Author Topic: Mail Returned to Sender  (Read 554 times)

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Offline Martha

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Re: Mail Returned to Sender
« Reply #20 on: February 28, 2019, 07:30:58 PM »
Never thought of that. Great idea. Iíll be doing that from now on. Thanks!

Offline Bulles78

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Re: Mail Returned to Sender
« Reply #21 on: March 06, 2019, 04:13:40 AM »
I generally send a fairly large packet of mail to my L/O.  Newspaper clippings, letters, etc.

I list EVERYTHING that I send on a separate sheet of notebook paper and include
it in the packet.  That way my L/O has a list to compare.  It keeps the censers a bit honest
so they do not steal from the packet. They will steal.     willied

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William Oliver Deere

I list everything too for years ;) I also number my letters, and keep track of them on a board, with the list of what I ve sent, as that I exactly know what's missing or not  :wc2:

Offline tjade

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Re: Mail Returned to Sender
« Reply #22 on: March 13, 2019, 05:48:05 PM »
I generally send a fairly large packet of mail to my L/O.  Newspaper clippings, letters, etc.

I list EVERYTHING that I send on a separate sheet of notebook paper and include
it in the packet.  That way my L/O has a list to compare.  It keeps the censers a bit honest
so they do not steal from the packet. They will steal.     willied

Respectfully
William Oliver Deere

I do this too. When I send photos and kids' drawings. I write a list on his letter what's enclosed and put his name and # on all photos. And make a note in my planner of what I mailed. :) Makes me feel better about it!