Monday, November 30, 2009

The Giving Spirit

I am sending a Christmas package to a soldier this year. I am having fun figuring out what to put in there. I have collected some good stuff so far and will get the rest this afternoon (as well as the box). The U.S. postal service has a special flat rate box for military packages that is 12" x 12" x 5" and costs $11.95 to ship. If you are interested in sending a Christmas gift box to a soldier, check out Gnightgirl's post here. She can supply you with a soldier's name and address. If you want to do this and can't act very fast, be sure to request a soldier that has an APO/FPO AE ZIP that starts with other than 093, as these zips must be mailed to by December 4th. All other zips can be mailed to by December 11th. I hope some of you can do this because I've really enjoyed researching ideas on the net and coming up with my own ideas. When I get everything together, I'll take pictures and do a post about that. I LOVE Christmas!


XUP said...

What a nice idea! I'd try to imagine what I would miss most from back home and send that. I'll bet we have something similar in Canada.

Jazz said...

Good for you. I'm sure your package will be awesome.

geewits said...

~~But I can't send beer!

~~Is that really you? Did you say "awesome?" Is this Canadian April Fool's Day?

Gnightgirl said...

You can't send alcohol...but I know "some" people that have sent rum in mouthwash bottle is...mouthwash, right? Only bad people do that, very very bad people. I won't name me. I mean, anyone.