Friday, October 21, 2005

mmm...cookies

I received some cookies in the mail today. They are fantabulous. Merci Beaucoup a Heather et Mum (even though I know who actually made them...)

10 comments:

Hez said...

did you put on the icing?????

K said...

But of course!!! (jordan prefered without...more icing for me i guess)

Hez said...

that's good! You have more mail... I don't know how we'll keep up with it all!

Katie said that they were the best cookies that she's ever tasted!

The Rev said...

"You have more mail." K, didn't you put in a "change of address" card with Canada Post?

K said...

I thought that cost money..
It doesn't???
Perhaps I should look into that.
I'm slowly trying to change my address. Though I don't really want MNBA or whatever that stupid credit card company is to have my new address.
Perhaps this new mail is my new Aeroplan card. In which case I probably don't need it until I come home at Christmas.

The Rev said...

No, you DO have to pay but it's worth it. What are you going to do? Have Hez send you your mail in a big envelope every so often? Come on. Paying Canada Post to forward your mail to you, you will be able to slowly filter out the unwanted mailers. Simply give your new address to the mailers you wish to receive mail from, leaving all your MBNA and other unwanted mail to continue to be delivered to your old address. Hee hee.

The Rev said...

I was going to suggeest that you simply enter a local post office to fill out the necessary forms but it looks like you can do the changes online!

Click here to go to the Canada Post, change your address thingy website

We'll be doing the address change thing very soon. I think I may do it today. It takes a while for things to be processed so I better do it right away!

The Rev said...

Done and done. And I mean done. Wow, that was fast and easy. I totally just went through all the steps and have officially put in my change of address notification (I believe that's what it's called, except the orange card the the mailman will have in his sortation case with have printed on it: COAN...something like that...more info that you needed, or cared, to know...)

All that from the comfort of my own home, on my computer, without leaving the house, without going to the post office, without having to wait in line, without having to fill out the papers manually, without blah blah blah

The Rev said...

Oh yeah, it's $33.00 plus tax.

Hez said...

rev you sound like a spokesperson for Canada Post... Oh wait!

And yes... aeroplan is one of your mails.