(Reuters) - The Postal Service plans to drop Saturday delivery of first-class mail beginning the first week of August, a move that the financially struggling agency said will save $2 billion annually.
For many of us this isn't going to affect us. Most of our "mail" is online! Bill payments, email, online chat and Google hangout have replaced the need to place an envelope in the mailbox.
Our son actually asked me where did the stamp go on the envelope? But I actually remember learning in school how to address an envelope and place a stamp.
My understanding is that packages will continue to be delivered on Saturdays! You can read more of the article by clicking here.