As I mentioned, the US Priority Mail package I
sent to Texas took over a week (which it
shouldn't have). What I didn't mention was that
it also included Delivery Confirmation (same as
Obviously, the package was side-tracked as well.
You could visit your local post office to check
on your package but I'm not sure how successful
The lesson: Delivery Confirmation ($0.40?)
obviously cannot replace insurance. There's
always still a chance for goof-ups. But we get
what we pay for, ne?