Saturday, April 10, 2004
While I was working my way through the various state and federal forms, Evelin was cooking orange-date cookies to mail to her father for his birthday. (I'm 99% sure he doesn't read my blog; if I'm wrong, I hope I'm not spoiling the surprise.)
I mailed the cookies and taxes as the same time, which meant a trip to the old Main Post Office in downtown. From the outside, it's a fairly small, nondescript building, but when you get inside you find several large WPA-era murals. It's not the post office I use most often, but I always like the old feel of the place and, as a fan of public art, I love seeing WPA/FAP/PWAP works.
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