Thursday, July 21, 2011

I've got an address!

If you are interested in sending me mail (always appreciated!), you can send it to the following address:

Quinn Bolander
c/o WorldTeach
P.O. Box 5411
Pago Pago, American Samoa
96799

Yes, that's a zipcode! Want to know what else is great? You can send me a letter here and it will cost you the same as it would to mail it to me in Sycamore...this is a great incentive (did I use that word right?) for you to practice your letter writing skills...hint hint!

Also, if you are interested in sending a package, you can get flat rate boxes at the Post Office and fill them with as much weight as you can possibly fit for around $15. Perfect! Do not send it from FedEx because you will pay probably ten times more.

Make sure to write AIRMAIL on everything you send or else it will come by boat and take months to get here.

6 comments:

mom said...

Packages?? I thought you packed everything you needed for a year in that big suitcase! Thanks for the address, Quinn!

Kat said...

I LOVE LOVE THIS! If this were Facebook, I'd "like" it :) Haha!

Kristine (friend of your mom's) said...

What are some things on your care package wish list? Any food allergies? Will chocolate melt if sent? Is there anything you need for your classroom? Do you want Chicago souvenirs to hand out to your co-world teachers or to the people of American Samoa?

Quinn said...

Kristine, how nice of you to think of me! As of right now, I'm not quite sure what I'll need in the classroom yet because school doesn't start until August 8. If you live in Chicago, souvenirs would be amazing! Samoans love the Bears! And I wouldn't send chocolate because it would probably melt. Thank you SO much! Please make sure and include your address in the package so I can write you back!

Mary said...

you haven't written a blog post in a while. I'm waiting. I hear you are moving. I did not know that. Because you have not blogged.

I GUESS I COULD ALSO WRITE YA A MESSAGE TO CHECK IN, HUH?! Genius, Mary!

Miss you lady!

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