Wednesday, April 5, 2017

The Little Mailman

Logan and Bloomsburg, PA, Letter Carrier Wes Winter gather on the front porch of the child’s home. The inset images show Logan wearing a postal hat and Winter’s letter to the child.

 Pennsylvania boy who wants to be a letter carrier when he grows up recently got some words of encouragement from the Postal Service employee who inspired him.
The child, a 4-year-old named Logan, would wait for Bloomsburg, PA, Letter Carrier Wes Winter on his porch and check the mailbox multiple times a day.
When Winter decided to pursue another career, he wrote to the “little mailman.”
“Today is my last day delivering mail,” Winter wrote. “I really enjoyed it, but I went to school for something else and I found a job that fits me better.”
Winter said he wanted to give Logan the gift so he could properly greet “the next regular mailman to make his way around the block.” He continued: “And don’t worry if you decide [later being a letter carrier] is not what you want to do when you grow up. Just find your thing and don’t lose the spark.”

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