Making the move
As I mentioned in the May issue of the Philosateleian Post Horn, my family and I recently moved from the house we had been renting for the past few years to our very own home. It’s something we would not have been able to do without our family’s generosity, but here we are.
The past few months have been an absolute whirlwind of activity, and it has only been within the couple of weeks that life has slowed down enough for me to begin catching up on correspondence and blog posts, which is why you may have noticed I went quiet for a while. It’s not that I didn’t want to do those things; there were simply too many other tasks of greater priority on my to-do list.
The torrential flow of activities that goes along with a move seems to be slowing a bit now, though, and I’ve been working my way through responding to letters and emails. If you’ve sent me a note within the past three months and not yet gotten a response, you should receive one soon. My new address, should you need to send a note via the mail, is:
PO Box 217
Floresville TX 78114-0217
United States of America
Likewise, I’m nearing the point of having shared with you all the local post stamps and other material that had piled up in the weeks leading up to and immediately following our move. I do still have a rather interesting parcel post piece from the 1920s to write up, but I need to do a little bit of research on it first to make sure I have my facts straight. All in good time.
I appreciate your patience while I was “out of pocket,” and hope to get back to a more normal schedule as we finish up the last of the big-ticket items that need addressing. Happy collecting!