Originally Posted by Russian Blue
It better not come my way, or I might throw one back at ya! Do you think I still have a little sore spot from last year?
Oh no, here comes another
Of course it is going to you!
I'm so glad I don't have to keep up the charade anymore.
I've been chipping off pieces of Plymouth Rock for you. I thought they would make an excellent addition to your landscape.
Do you think I can just write "rocks" on the customs form?
Originally Posted by EnzoLeya
I've never been involved with a secret santa, let alone an online one
But I have a couple questions:
What if they can sort of guess where you live by your return address? Even if it's just a state, they can still narrow it down. Are the post offices still inforcing a return address or has it been long enough since 9/11 and what not?
Also, do you find out who your secret santa is at the end?
Once in a while, a santa really wants to remain a secret and you do not find out.
The year before last I did not put a return address on my package and mailed it from another state.
Last year I did not bother to hide it as Kelly would have known instantly from the contents.
Since this year I am sending a box of rocks to Russian Blue in Canada
, I will need to fill out a customs form, so I can't hide who I am. Customs forms make it a little sticky. There are a few ways around that. You could put a friend's name and address, a parent, a spouse, etc.