Yesterday, I listened to Your Postal Podcast and heard the story of Frank Warren, who is the creative force behind the Internet sensation called Post Secret.
Warren's project solicits people to send him anonymous postcards, bearing their deepest, darkest secret.
That got me to thinking. I have some deep, dark secrets. Like the time I secretly left a rotting sausage under the porch of that rascal Alexander Hamilton. Or how about the time I hid Jefferson's wig in the chamber of John Adams.
I have a "postal secret," too. Although I was the big shot Postmaster from Phildelphia, I must admit that I travelled quite a bit. It was actually Mrs. Franklin who ran the show most of the time for me. She created a orderly place of business, gave it charm, and helped organize the place.
If she were in charge today, I wonder what we would be?
What's your "postal secret?" Care to share? You can share anonymously by clicking here.