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MoveOn Aug 17
You need to check out these tweets & then RSVP for events:
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usmailnotforsale Aug 18
Oh, this is really nice and be sure to read Phil's post about it. Let's hear more .
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Heather Whaling Aug 17
Want to smile today? Read the stories with tag. The mail isn't political. It's a vessel of connection in so many ways.
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Micheline Maynard Aug 16
I traveled a lot on assignment and didn’t always have time to set up a “hold my mail” request. My carrier said I could leave a note inside the box, and he’d bring a tub of mail when I got back. Once he did, I put cookies in the mailbox for him.
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🏳️‍🌈Phil Bildner🏳️‍🌈 Aug 18
For years, I was pen pals with Ed Robertson’s mom. Ed is the lead singer of the . He didn’t know she and I were. When she passed away suddenly, he shared with me how much he missed her cards/handwriting. That’s when I told him about her letters.
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Emily “Panic” Peck 🦇 Aug 16
the delivered three healthy baby chicks to me and my young daughter years ago. The driver kept them up front with him so he could hear that they were okay! A delightful exchange
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Tron Coltrane Aug 16
We had our carrier delivering mail mid-derecho last Monday in 75 mph winds. He was on some Kevin Costner shit. Proud of him.
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⭐️ Spooky Sarah Sparkle Shiny ⭐️ Aug 16
When I was in college my gma became my pen pal. It was fun and she always mailed her letters in bright pink envelopes. She died suddenly not long after. Those letters mean so much to me.
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Emma's Family Farm Aug 16
I'm blind. Any time I want or need books---for school, work or pleasure---braille or recorded they come to me regularly along with my braille magazines these are and have been for 65 years They are constantly & thank you very much!
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I like Storms Aug 16
When I was little I used to draw stamps on letters to my Grandma and gave them to the postman myself. She always got them. Turns out the postman was putting stamps on them for me.
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usmailnotforsale Aug 17
This is an important letter - keep sending those and keep posting
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Cornelius Minor Aug 18
When my grandmother was dying, I left school to support her. She urged me to return. After she passed, I eventually did. When I graduated years later, I got a card from her in the mail. She had written it before she died. Her belief in me was that strong. 💌✊🏾
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sam Aug 16
my favorite is the 1847 Oregon Trail sourdough starter that Carl's Friends send anybody, for free, if you send them a self-addressed, stamped #10 envelope. I baked with that starter all through grad school
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Staz Trudeaux Aug 16
My bestie got cancer just as my fam moved from Michigan to Florida 🤮 my senior year. Used to send her big envelopes of stuff and would write “DO BEND! GO AHEAD, YOU KNOW YOU WANT TO!” on the envelopes and her mail carrier told her everybody at the PO LOVED THAT.
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Damon K Aug 16
John Cage wrote to our PO Box
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Anthony Torres #CountOnUs Aug 25
Mailed in my application to serve as a NY poll worker during early voting! 💌 You can sign up to keep polls open in your community and ensure every voice is heard and vote counted ➡️
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Just vote💌✍🌊 Aug 16
When my husband was deployed overseas we were able to send as much stuff as we could fit in a flat rate box. Often it would include homemade cookies, socks, towels, soap, letters, razors, and love. He got every box! This IS and WAS important for our Troops.
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Frittte 🚩 Aug 16
When I got my grandpa's cooking manual from when he was in the army during WWII.
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Punkpost Aug 16
The best hashtag on Twitter right now 👉
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usmailnotforsale Aug 18
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