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I love checking my mailbox, post is always exciting. I love guessing what’s inside, even if you know what it is… somehow it’s still exciting. I love getting letters and parcels from friends. It makes the day a little bit brighter.
By Lauren Carter on 12.17.2009
The mailbox is four houses down from mine. This was the boundary for me as a young girl, wandering up and down the street with my friends. I often wondered what it would feel like to walk beyond the limits of this mailbox. One day, when I was old enough, my parents gave me permission to walk beyond the borders they had set for me…
By Alex Amoret on 12.17.2009
when i was born. on the same day our mailbox was set on fire. it was a couple of days before halloween and it was a friday
By Anonymous on 12.17.2009
Santa’s mailbox is so full this special time of year. He reads each letter, deciding if the child is naughty or nice. Coal or gifts. If I were you, I’d behave myself this year. Santa’s gotta face the economy too.
By Chelsea P. on 12.17.2009
note from a friend
By kim on 12.17.2009
mail mail men bug me
they make the dogs bark and i hate it ’cause they’re so loud. it bug me. pie square fish blob box mom seven will you stay
YOUR MOM ATE YOUR SOUL
By Megan on 12.17.2009
i waited and waited and waited and waited
i had sent
used to mail leeter and packages to another perosn and also used to recieve mail and packages from other people it is usually loctaed in the center of any town lager cities and towns have more then oe post offoice and people love them it is a natural part of life
The mailbox is big. Pretty and shiny. Mailboxes are big in the wold. People think that they are really big. Why are they so big you ask. No one knows.
By Benji on 12.17.2009
The mail box was full when I opened it. I pulled out a envelope that had odd markings. I went inside and with shaking hands opened the evenope. It was magazine cut out letters that said, “We are coming for you.”
surprisebox it should be called. there’s never anything in it when you want there to be. and when you don’t want something you get a bunch of junk.
By jonathan on 12.17.2009
I remember the day I walked up to the mailbox and it wasn’t there! All that remained were four blue steel stumps, the result of an incredible heist. Did they bring a saws-all? Did they cut it open and search for checks? I’ll never know. But I did get to be interviewed on the local news
By Andie on 12.17.2009
A mailbox is an essential method of the transfer of information and knowledge. From ads to magazines and personal letters, the mailbox is full of unknown surprises. When one opens a mailbox, one could find a depressing bill statement, or a positive personal letter. Mailboxes, though great for the owner to check, can’t be checked by others due to it being against the law.
By hello on 12.17.2009
well i dont really know what to say, i never really get anything exicting in the mail. even if i think i might..
as if Im supposed to get anything. only on holidays and my birthday i guess.
By Torii on 12.17.2009
oh mailbox i didnt realize that was the word but now i do i like old fashioned mailboxes but sometimes people knock them down and that is rude ive never had a real mailbox because ive never lived anywhere that necessitated one but im sure they are a lovely part of owning a home. i just read a book in which a mailbox was an important part of the action.
By george on 12.17.2009