As we anxiously hope for and anticipate the end of another endured cold winter, my wife and I would like to extend our humble and heartfelt “than you” to all our postal couriers.
Although the USPS has no official creed or motto, the honor, duty and pride of our postal service is reflected on an inscription at the James Farley Post Office in New York City. It reads, “Neither snow nor rain nor heat nor gloom of night stays these couriers from the swift completion of their appointed rounds.”
The dedication of our postal couriers is an excellent example of the ultimate fulfillment of duty and unwavering conviction to service.
We do not personally know the mail couriers who deliver the mail to our home or small business. We do not even know their names. But we know one thing. Whether it is very hot, raining heavily, bitterly cold, or snowing, they will deliver our mail. We rarely see them deliver our mail but we know they have been at our home or business because like clockwork, our mail is always there. When we do occasionally see them, they always greet you with a kind smile and a hearty hello.
Next time you see a postal courier, join us and take time to say thank you for a great job done.
Juan and Sylvia Perez