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September 26, 2011

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Strawberry Blonde

Lol this made me giggle!

Rosie Scribble

Thanks SB. I wonder if we will be having the same conversation next time he turns up with a stack of parcels!

Sandy Calico

Haha, it's the same here. I wonder if I'll get 'the talk' from our postie!

Rosie Scribble

I'm sure the mummy blogging community are single-handedly keeping the Post Office in business. They should be thanking us!

Muddling Along

We get this - we're having building works done so boxes of parts keep arriving. Nobody seems to believe me when I say they aren't shoes...

notsupermum

He's probably heard every excuse going for why some people receive so many parcels. He'll be adding that to his list of 'people in denial of their spending habits'.

I'm now on first name terms with the man at the sorting office, because most of the time I'm out when the postman calls.

Rosie Scribble

You've made me realise I need to get to know a few fashion PRs. Want. Shoes. Now.

Rosie Scribble

Don't get me started on sorting offices and the number of times I've had to explain the name Scribble!

Bek @ WeAreWildThings

Love it. Is that how Santa gets to all the houses in one night, using Royal Mail?

Rosie Scribble

Ha! I think Royal Mail could buckle under the strain!

Midlife Singlemum

When someone has made up their mind and formed a whole story about your life to support their thesis - there's notheing you can do about it.

Rosie Scribble

Sounds a little serious Rachel. I suppose it shouldn't matter what other people think really. They are not the ones that matter. Take care. x

Cass@frugalfamily

Our postman's like part of the family now - if we're not in the first time, he comes back a couple of times throughout the day. If he still doesn't catch us he usually signs for our letters and puts packages in the back garden for us and then when I see him picking his kids up from school before I go home - he tells me what's where!

He even asks what's in the more unusually shaped packages????

Rosie Scribble

Your postman sounds fabulous, Cass. Wish mine would pop back during the day. It would save all those trips to the sorting office. I expect there are lots of bloggers who see a lot more of their postman now. I'm not sure that has come out how I intended but you know what I mean!

Metropolitan Mum

I only lived here for a few weeks and the guy at the parcel pick-up already knows me. Wonder what he thinks of me, too :)

Rosie Scribble

He probably thinks your a shopaholic. Either that, or you are incredibly popular. :)

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