Sunday, May 3, 2020

Trying to keep the Post Office busy

This is Tyler, our mailman. The mask is one he and my wife collaborated on.  He supplied the fabric and patch and she made it.  I have given him a lot to haul away in the past month with the giveaways.  Thank you, Tyler and thank you all for making it so much fun.  
Yesterday afternoon my granddaughter and I prepped stuff to go out for the end of the giveaway.  We sent it out yesterday afternoon.  Here is everyone who should be getting something soon, Fuji, Zach, Jerold, John S., A. Demarest, Thad, Brett, Jon F., Jeff S. Laurens, Brendan, Trevor and Matt K.  

15 comments:

The Angels In Order said...

Pretty cool mask, I bet all his colleagues want one now!

Matt said...

That’s a great mask! And thanks again! I mailed out your prize as well

Jafronius said...

Well done on the mask!

Johnnys Trading Spot said...

cool, for him and your wife.

YankeesCards99 said...

Love the patch on that!

Jon said...

Your wife does good work! Old Tyler there is now gonna be the envy of the post office :)

John Sharp said...

Awesome!

Elliptical Man said...

Definitely a better mask than mine. I just use a scarf.

Thanks for the cards.

Spyda-Man said...

Thanks Tyler and thank you Rod!

night owl said...

Still in need of a "professionally made" mask like this one. All I've got is a jury-rigged sock.

Thanks for keeping the post office going!

Nick said...

Great work on the mask! Much thanks to Tyler and all the other postal employees during these weird times.

Bulldog said...

Great job on the mask!

Fuji said...

Oh man.. I claimed something? I was trying to hold off... because I owe you too much already. But I totally appreciate it. As for the mask... that was really cool of you to hook up your mail carrier. It doesn't surprise me though, because you're a good guy Rod. Can't wait for all of his craziness to settle down, so that I can eventually make it back up to Portland and hang out again in person.

bbcardz said...

That mask is awesome. I wouldn't be surprised if Tyler's co-workers tell him that they'll offer your wife some $ for a mask like Tyler's.

Chris said...

Kudos to you for giving away so many great cards, and for keeping the postman busy (and protected in style)