So…I have a certified letter #7013 0600 0002 3507 3210  where it was sent from 37221 to 37115. The USPS claims 3 notices were left. No notices arrived in my mailbox. I have been doing surveillance on my mailbox and no one is taking the mail.  Given the recent episodes with the postal service dumping mail in trash cans,

So the letter was sent back to the sender at 37221 where the next adventure began – the letter then was sent back to 37221 where it was re-enveloped and sent certified to our secure mail box at 37203. But the journey it took from 37221 to 37203 – an 18 mile journey – turned into a Texas adventure that was a very late delivery. I have many questions about my own mail delivery or lack thereof.  The Madison TN post office responsible for delivery has also stated they don’t take international packages so we run them up to Hendersonville where they are readily accepted.  Our postal dollars at work.

It went from Nashville, to San Antonio, to Nashville. It was bad enough the postal service notices never ended up in our mailbox, there was no sign of mail theft and no sign of the notices. We’ve gone days without mail delivered and heard from plenty of people who mail us stuff but we don’t get it – Madison is the first place we’ve run into this with the United States Postal Service – but this tracking from the USPS for Nashville-to-Nashville is…unbelievable…your postal increases at work folks.  I’ve got an idea – route Nashville mail from within Nashville – WITHIN Nashville, it’ll cut costs down considerably and maybe help the Pension fund at the end – or at the least, save us from Post Office closures! Postal Employees – save your post offices by simply routing mail correctly!

 

Nashville to Nashville, 18 miles VIA Texas

Nashville to Nashville, 18 miles VIA Texas