Nowadays with advanced technology, news were sent efficiently and quickly. But each house still has a letter box for the postman to deliver mail.
EJ believes that everyone still look forward to the postman delivering letters as there is a feeling of warmth and a special touch of happiness in opening a friend's handwritten letter or postcard.
After finishing the last biscuit, EJ stared at the empty biscuit tin and thought, "Why not?"
EJ took out the hammer, a nail, a coil of wires and started work on the biscuit tin. Holes were made at the back of the tin for the wires to go through to tie the box to the gate. Holes were also made at the bottom to drain out whatever rain that may collect. EJ was extremely pleased with the result.
Visiting friends find this unusual letter box very amusing and would walk in with big grins on their faces.
With the biscuits finishing soon, EJ feels it is time to change the letter box as rust has filled the whole bottom of the existing one.