Almost no words …

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  1. Guess I should have read ahead. I’m glad this came back to you, but it doesn’t surprise me that it was returned due to one wrong number. It happens here too.

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    1. I know it’s ever so likely: but I can help whngeing about the fact that they oughta’ve been able to make the connection.
      Yeah, dream on you old fool, M-R … :\

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      1. The post office here has been just as picky. If you leave off an apartment or suite number, the mail is returned. So stupid, our last names are right on the box.

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        1. I reckn they’re handing out punishment.

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  2. Honestly! But I’m so glad.

    Any idea why it didn’t make it?

    (PS I’m holidaying at present so am not keeping up well with other people’s blogs.)

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    1. Oh yes, Sadly. I addressed it to number 6 instead of number 7.
      [M-R hangs head in shame]

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      1. Oh no! Well, just as well you got your return address right!! Haha!

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        1. Oh hilariously amusing you. But I deserve it. :D

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    1. Quelle relief, eh, Maggie ? :D

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      1. like winning the lottery. So pleased for you.

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  3. Yaaaay it’s not lost in the black hole of the postal system! Perhaps you could hold onto it until the intended sister comes for a visit? I wouldn’t trust it in the post again.

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    1. My lovely StarTrack driver came by with it this-morning. I was SO happy !!! Yes, J and I are in agreeement with your idea: into the post it never goes again.
      :D

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  4. I WAS THINKING THAT ! :)
    Boids of a feather, you and I, beautiful Debra.

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  5. The prodigal blanket returns!

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    1. And it was all my fault, H: I put 6 instead of 7. Mind you, I would’ve thought they could work it out; but they’re all hide-bound rules fanatics, post office people.
      Do not even open your mouth to ask WHY I put 6 rather than 7, OK ?! :\

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  6. Good grief! That’s disheartening! At least the mystery is solved, I guess. I hope the beautiful crocheted lap blanket wasn’t damaged in all of this world travel. Oh the places it must have seen! :-(

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