What to do, what to do?
It’s well over 2 years since the X moved out and I am still getting his mail. Some of it’s important stuff too. When he first left I used to bundle it all up and send it to him at my own expense. Since our divorce, (over a year ago), I stopped doing that and have just been throwing the stuff away. My therapist says that having to see his name over and over again is a constant reminder of him and I should figure out a way to dispense with it. Here’s the catch . . . I have checked with the post office and have been told I cannot file a change of address form for someone else, but what I can do is write in bold letters on every piece of mail I receive, “Return to Sender Addressee Unknown“. Of course the easiest thing to do would be to contact him and ask him to do it, and being the genius I am, I have already done that to no avail. In fact the last time we spoke he told me never to contact him again and not to send him anything either. He said, and I quote, “If you have anything of mine throw it away.” This feels like a real quandary for me because for the amount of mail he receives it would take a long time to write the return to sender message and it feels like a lot of work to do for an asshole who could fix the problem in 5 minutes.
I drafted this note:
Dear Fuck Wit-
You moved out 2 years, ago don’t you think it’s time you
submitted a change of address form with the post office?
Should I continue to receive your mail, you will find
it papering the lawn where you currently reside with
your wife and her parents. I am sure they will be
delighted to find out about your judgments and tax liens,
unregistered vehicles and how much you have in your 401K.
I know it’s been amusing for me!
PS: Have a Nice Day!
Or else I could do this:
What would you do? All advice creative or otherwise will be deeply appreciated! Thanks!