My Post-Gazette carrier, like the newspaper, knows how to deliver

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Last Saturday the woman who delivers my Post-Gazette made my day. I picked up my paper that she had just delivered to my door and said good morning to her. She smiled and opened her jacket to show me what she was wearing. It was a T-shirt that I produced and had given her as a gift a few weeks ago. The T-shirt features Margaret from the “Dennis the Menace” cartoon saying “Someday a woman will be PRESIDENT!”

I thanked her for wearing it. She smiled and said, “I thank you.” In a flash she got on the elevator in our apartment building to continue delivering the Post-Gazette papers. The joy that she gave me has no equal. 

The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette is not only a wonderful paper, but the lovely lady who works hard to deliver it is even more wonderful.

ANN MOLIVER RUBEN
Squirrel Hill


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