Just got a letter from the U.S. Postal service, alerting us that our official postal mailing address is now the same as our physical address. We may start using it as our official mailing address for all mail correspondence and bills.
We are to never again, it said, use the old rural route and box number, never ever.
We are to update the DMV with the new address.
We are to update insurance policies with the new address.
We are to update our bank accounts with the new address.
We are to update our voter registration with the new address.
We are to update our Christmas card/Personal address lists with the new address. (I am making none of this up.)
We are to update our utilities with the new address.
Naturally, when I attempted to update our various utilities online, they, to a one, refused to accept the new address–at least, on the first try. Bank of America finally allowed me to force it in, but begged me not to. All others I tried gave me the finger.
And when I called the phone number for the local county contact in charge of assisting me with any concerns I might have, I got a message that said, with strain in its voice, “Mailbox full.”
Yeah. This should go smoothly.