Anecdote of the day from Saturday: lady comes into the callers office clutching some letters, asks if she can give them to me because she doesn't want to use the postbox outside. She says she has had incidents recently where letters she has sent have arrived wet and she thought they were getting wet in the box. I explained to her that they were most probably getting wet on delivery because, although Royal Mail delivery pouches are ok, when you are out all day pretty much everything gets wet. So she said that how did that explain that she sent several letters all to different places and they were all wet. So I said to her 'It rains everywhere' and smiled sweetly and she went outside to post her letters.
Stay safe. See you tomorrow.