…complaining about the shoveling and the roof-raking and the more shoveling and the more roof-raking. And we only had about 13″ of snow; places not to far from here received more than twice that. Doodles on both envelopes: one on which stamp Gregory Peck asked if it was right that the wax seal required an additonal 21 cents postage, and stamp George Washington replied, “I say ‘Nay!'” and a stick figure carried a picket sign calling for freedom for all seals; on the other, a snowman in foreground waving to a tiny distant snowman silhouetted by a setting (or rising, didn’t prefer one over the other) sun, and the stamps hanging at angles from a border drawn around the perimeter. The stamps didn’t really come together to signify anything.