Now, how else would I know that the mail had "run" if I didn't get junk mail?
And that is certainly not the only good thing about it either. I'll admit that sometimes I bad mouth junk mail just as much as anybody, but when I stop and think how much it helps me, I do feel kind of ashamed of myself. That is the reason I'm going to extol all the good things about junk mail, and (try) to never bad mouth it again.
1. First of all, did you know junk mail envelopes are the best place to write yourself a note or make a list? Leave them stuffed and they will be crumple-proof and easy to find.
2. They are good to give to small children. They love to get mail, and the larger ones can play post office.
3. They are great for taking notes at church, or wherever, because they are sturdy and won't need additional support. You can also let the kids write and color on them.
4. Junk mail envelopes make great coasters when serving drinks.
5. They make a good landing place for your pot scrubber, or placed beside the sink to lay the soap on (keep your soap dish pristine for company).
6. It is also handy to have one near the stove to catch greasy spoons, etc.
7. Junk mail envelopes are wonderful for 500 Rummy score pads.
8. And last, but not least, you can carry a few pieces in your purse to give out in place of personal cards.
Isn't it wonderful that we will always have a free supply of this handy commodity? So use the envelopes lavishly and be thankful for them
A word from God to close on: (Ecclesiastes 12:13-14) Fear God and keep His commandments: For this is the whole duty of man. For God shall bring every work into judgment, with every secret thing, whether it be good, or whether it be evil.
Be careful little hands what you do, be careful little hands what you do, there's a Savior up above, watching over you in love, so be careful little hands what you do.