My mail is being returned to my family, friends, business checks, etc.
It seems these folks, in spite of the fact my address labels, stationery, checks, have had the correct address for over a year do not look at these things, because we have been in the same place for 32 years. They do not think of us as having moved -- the usual reason for a change of address. This, at a tremendous cost to us -- after three changes made by the post office.
It seems that the post office does not know who we are, or care. They expect me to buy over 100 stamps and send a change of address to all the folks I visit by mail once a year, or lose all my old friends. Is this why it costs us more to use the mail? Maybe we all need to go on e-mail.
Olive R. Matus