On Saturday, May 21, the landlady of the mother-in-law cottage where I live in Ravenna signed for a small package and propped it up on her stoop for me to find. She should have taken it inside or texted me like she usually does, but she didn't. You stole this package before I realized it had been delivered. You must have been a little surprised to find two gold wedding bands inside, the only jewelry worth more than $50 that my fiancé and I have ever bought. I wish I had signed up for texts-upon-delivery from the USPS. I wish I had better briefed my landlady. I also wish people didn't steal boxes off doorsteps. If you happen to read this, and you haven't sold the rings yet, consider returning them? If not, I can show you a ringless finger.
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