Until recently, return envelopes in bills,* for instance, have been inserted in mailings with the flaps turned forward.
Not an especially big deal.
I take out a bill and want to replace it in the mailing that I received, but the flap gets in the way.
This should be the worse thing that ever happens to anyone.
Then all of a sudden, I received a few bills from the same businesses, and the return envelope has been inserted turned around in a sensible way.
Is the Vast Eternal Plan changing?
- bills in the mail – Why not? I often pay them electronically, but I like the offline paper copy. Among other things, the paper copies remind me to enter the electronic debits into the register of my checking account. If I were a rich man, perhaps I wouldn’t bother to balance my checkbook.
- Actually, I am a “rich man.” My riches include children and grandchildren who live practically around the corner, good health (for my age, having reached the milestone of 64 years old as I write this), and on and on.