This mailbox came back into my life recently and I am thrilled to start using it as our family mailbox for our Prescott home.
I painted this mailbox back in 2001 for the Creative Department where I worked. The project was to create a mailbox that could be used for the employee of the month. The special person would put it on their desk for a month while they were temporarily spotlighted. I was chosen, or maybe I volunteered, I can’t remember, to paint the mailbox.
This festive box had a flag that could go up or down so the person would know whether they had something fun left in it that they could pickup. How fun would that be? To arrive in the morning at your desk and find some goodie left in the mailbox. Delightful messages or fun presents and sweet treats. It was a wonderful idea and well received by my co-workers.
I worked there for a couple years and when I left, I thought I would never see the mailbox again. I remember feeling a bit sad about that.
People come and go in a business and there was no exception with this company where I worked. Things and processes change. Mailboxes get stored away.
But a few weeks ago, I reconnected with someone from my old workplace and to my surprise she mentioned she had the mailbox and asked if I wanted it back. I said yes!
Oh sunshine! Brightest day, send the mailbox my way!
Below the sunshine on the mailbox it says, “You Shine!” I love that.
I’ve had people ask if I paint custom mailboxes on commission. Unfortunately, I don’t but I do create paintings on commission. Email me at email@example.com if you would like to arrange something.