[OC] Wasn't expecting to cry while delivering the mail.

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Justicles13 on May 18th, 2022 at 21:29 UTC »

That's one of the worst parts of having a live in relative die. Damn near every day for the first few months the mail reminds you that they're gone.

Even after sorting through all the legal stuff and canceling their subscriptions/mail lists, you still get straggling letters from senders who think they're still alive. I like to reminisce on my own terms and by myself, not every day when I get home from work.

Paradigm6790 on May 18th, 2022 at 21:50 UTC »

I've had a very old sounding lady call me every 4 months like clockwork for the last 3-4 years asking for a woman named Annette and I always politely tell her that she has the wrong number. I even have her in my contacts so I know to answer and tell her.

Haven't heard from her about 8 months :/

Single_Charity_934 on May 19th, 2022 at 01:36 UTC »

Remember that Redditor who, when wife miscarried, went through the mail to throw out ads for baby products?