December 5, 2006

The Mail is Slow in New Hampshire

By Paul Bieber

Since we now live in New Hampshire, we have noticed changes from our hectic life living on Long Island. Our town has no red lights, only three stop signs, and if you look up ‘peaceful’ in the dictionary, you see a picture of our town center. There was more traffic on the Long Island Expressway in two minutes than in our town in one day. This is not a complaint, by the way…this is what we wanted.

But the only complaint must be the mail service. It has been two days now since Deb Levy had a few of us start the USGlass Blog program, and the book contracts have not yet arrived. The requests for autographed pictures must be in that same lost mail pouch. I know that thousands of glass shop owners and enthusiasts are reading these blogs, so maybe today’s mail will be heavier.

On the other hand, please feel free to post to our sites with thoughts, comments, questions, or just venting about our wonderful glass industry.