Here is your daily mail.
As you know I send you mail like this every day. I call it a newsletter. I give it to a kid at my library, along with a nickel for his troubles, and he walks it over to the post office. Sometimes his sister is with him and she demands a dime. She also tries to sell me advice.
I have not found it to be particularly good advice.
Anyway, I trust it all works out. You get these messages and I clear out my loose change.
Plus I don’t have to leave the library and can help people. It’s better if I’m around. Many young people are confused by how to use our new catalog search engines.