I’m a Month of Letters participant. I’m African-American. And it’s African-American History Month. So it’s only fitting that I mail my letters this month with the Emancipation Proclamation stamp issued by the USPS. In some ways we’ve come a long way from 1863 when Lincoln declared slaves “henceforward shall be free”. It was a promise. … Read More Henceforward shall be free – a Forever stamp
This week, collectively our clients picked up over 1200 holiday cards and over 30 boxes of personal stationery to give as gifts. So now will you stop asking…”do people still write?” Here at TT Patton we are doing our share to “bail out” the USPS. Why? Because not only do we need this American institution,… Read More USPS Bail Out
I can finally answer the first question on the census form. It reads…How many people were living in this house, apartment, or mobile home on April 1, 2010? Not sure why it was written that way if they wanted you to send it in earlier? But I’m still conflicted. If I mail it back, those… Read More Census 2010. Go ahead…send it in! Really?