Lucky 7s and “a message in a bottle”

Posted By on July 7, 2007

Postage Due
July 7, 2007 = 07/07/07 = 7.7.07: There are 38,000 wedding in the U.S. today; its the biggest day for wedding we’ve ever seen in the U.S. — let’s hope all those getting married will be “lucky.” (or preferably “blessed”) This number is well over double the popular June wedding days and is probably taxing for the floral industry and all the people associated with putting together weddings, their ceremonies and receptions. Yikes, now that I think about it, we have two wedding to go to yet this month.

Also an interesting piece of mail arrived in our mailbox, and I think its the first time we’ve ever received a “message in a bottle.” What a better way to get mail from someone on vacation in Hawaii? (well technically not “we” … it was addressed to my daughter) Although I still don’t know the contents of this “message in a bottle,” it costs me 48 cents in “postage due” … and since I suspect the person sticking me with this extra expense is probably reading this, I’m putting her on notice. BTW … thanks for the interesting piece of mail in an otherwise ‘ad’ and ‘bills’ filled box. (you are such and artist — I noticed the ‘stick figure’)
😉
A message in a bottle

Comments

  • postage payee

    sorry Mr. Corbett. I will include $0.50 cents in the next package that I send..

Desultory - des-uhl-tawr-ee, -tohr-ee

  1. lacking in consistency, constancy, or visible order, disconnected; fitful: desultory conversation.
  2. digressing from or unconnected with the main subject; random: a desultory remark.