The Truth About Jam

03-24-08_2051.jpgThere are a couple things I want you to notice about this picture. It’s poor quality is not one of them. 🙂

1) Janiece sent me this jam, because she’s really awesome, and I am pathetically awesomely fast with comments.

2) It arrived when I was in Houston, and my family waited until I got home to open it. Which means that:

3) The missing jam has all been consumed in the past few days. 🙂

I know what you’re thinking. I’m a big pig, and I eat the stuff out of the jar with a spoon. Well, you’re only partially right. I did take a big spoonful out to try it. BUT, the majority of jam consumption was accomplished by my family. That’s significant because they normally don’t like strawberry jam. This is assuredly due to the yumminess of her creation.

Thanks Janiece!!!

7 thoughts on “The Truth About Jam”

  1. I was going to tell Janiece yesterday that I haven’t gotten my jam yet, but then I told myself to exercise a little bit of patience. But you’ve got yours and I’m pretty sure distance mailed isn’t that significant of an issue when it comes to delivery time. (They use airplanes and stuff, I’m told.)

    Now, I’m just jealous and craving.

  2. Shawn, I’m glad you guys are enjoying it.

    Nathan, let me know if it doesn’t arrive by the end of the week. I mailed the boxes at the same time, so it should be there!

  3. Janiece,

    Jim and I have a competition going for “Worst Post Office in North America”. I’m sure I’ll see it in the next day or so, but I’ll let you know.

  4. Nathan, maybe your highest-functioning postal androids were recalled to the MIB team to fight a new alien plague, like the one that Jim is sending encoded signals for in his woodwork as we speak.

  5. I called the mailman in town a postal android today. He gave me a funny look and drove away. I guess postal android must not be the PC term for them anymore.

    I will try calling him mail delivery unit tomorrow.


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