I sent a card to my Mom just because I hadn't written her a 'real' letter in a while and I thought she'd like some random pictures of me and my life - just to put up on her fridge, etc. The letter was a novelty kind of card that you write on, fold up and use stickers to seal. I thought it was cute. Mom said she received it, all the stickers had been torn and clearly the card had been opened. I didn't count the pictures so I don't know if they're all there. There was no notice on it as to why it had been opened. WTF? Isn't that illegal? If they suspected something, don't they have to tell us why?
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