Finding smiles in mailbox surprises

Every time I open the mailbox, I get a small sense of despair. From pizza coupons to car dealership flyers addressed to “current resident”, or campaign brochures and credit card applications, these days it seems like each visit to the mailbox is a scene from the movie Groundhog Day.

I’m one of those people that reach into the dark square-shaped hole, take out each piece one at a time, lean over and…

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