The cards are on their way.
5 sheets of 29 cent stamps
2 sheets of 85 cent stamps
2 sheets of 1 cent stamps.
The post cards were pre-stamped with 19 cent per. So to make the 1.05, a single and an 85 worked well. Wondering how long it will take to get to some of the further reaches.
Cards went out to Brazil, Poland, Germany, Australia, England/UK/Great Britain, Russia, India, Canada and the Philippines for the international portion of the giveaway.
So IT'S ON.
I will eventually be sending out change of address cards when I recover from actually getting in the house. Of course it had to be 100+ all week with no end in sight to get this done.
I said it before and I'll say it again. I WILL DIE IN THIS HOUSE.. I am NEVER MOVING AGAIN. We have learned one really cool thing during the move. The term I don't want to move this has become the mantra of the day. The only place those things are moved to is the end of the driveway where the local vultures are circling wondering what we will drop out there next. We have started to see regulars pop up when we return to make another load.
Remember when I did the "Crap Fest Mailing", think that on a much grander scale. Instead of office garbage, I'm finding homes for some of my antiques. Old Pie Safes, shelving (NO, I'm not putting that stuff on the street).
I'm writing this from work because I have yet to put my office back together. Until I have everything that will go in the room there, I don't want to start setting things up knowing they will be moved. The book cases are just to heavy when loaded.
Question.. Do any of you folks have hard wood floors. and if so do you use a moving office chair?
I really don't want to jack up the floors rolling all over it with the chair. Trying to figure out if I should put down a rug and a office mat on top of that to protect the floors.
So with that, back to the grind tomorrow. I'm taking the rest of the week off from work the get the move complete. The temps at 8am in the morning are much better than at 5pm after work.