A story about the Post Office and Being a little bit house crazy, I buy four magazines a month. Which build up over the year, I know that makes a big pile. Then you have to store them, then of course you have to spend hours revisiting them, dreaming, ear marking pages, sitting with your iPad so you can google stuff, you’ve seen advertised. Then heaven forbid you do some on-line shopping. It just never ends, it’s called heaven.
I love it, love it, love it. As my piles get higher throughout the year, I also try to add smaller piles around the room so it doesn’t look as bad as it is.
|Just a few of my collection|
Now I have seriously thought about buying my magazines as an online version (think that’s an E version) , that would mean I would have to give up smelling, feeling, pawing over the beautiful shiny pages.
I would have to succumb to licking and pawing all over my iPad and I don’t think that’s healthy, also water and iPad’s I don’t believe mix, also how sick are you wiping finger prints of the screen.
I know people are smart and can do all that tagging stuff on the iPad, I would never be able to remember what was in what magazine, well I just can’t. I can feel another iPad lesson coming on.
Seriously that would be a great course a money spinner, don’t you think? But aren’t the pictures bigger in the magazine than on the iPad ?
I also have a running battle with the Post Office mail delivery people. Because they just love to SHOVE that magazine in the letterbox slot. Not only do they fold the magazine in half, which ruins the beautiful shiny pictures, but they then also proceed to stuff the inside of the magazine with the remaining mail, making the parcel bigger and even harder to SHOVE in my letterbox.
By the way it also takes twice as long to fold and shove than to gently place in the slot one at a time, this I know because I tried it!!!!
I would like to point out as I have done to the Post Office on many occasions, that you can easily slide the magazine in the letter box hole. The hole that is built to the Post Offices regulations and dimensions. They apologised, has that stopped them, NO!!! Every now and then I think they get a new postie and I have to teach them all over again.
I like a challenge, Life’s like a box of chocolates isn’t it?
Lot of questions aren’t there.