Loud noise at our doorstep, indicating a package was thrown again. It was small enough that it could have been placed in our mailbox, and had some pretty delicate stuff in it.

When Heather went to get the package, Sharon was staring Heather down.

Notes from Heather:

I was expecting a small box from a group called Artsnacks. They give me monthly art supplies to try out. The boxes are small; their measurements are 9 1/2 inches by 2 inches by 2 inches. My mail box dimensions are as follows: 8 1/2 inches wide, 3 1/2 inches deep, and 9 inches tall. I only got a few pieces of thin junk mail and a card with this delivery (as pictured). There was absolutely no reason it couldn’t have fit in the box, and was instead thrown on the ground. The weight is usually light- this box in particular is 4.4 ounces. Since in the past I have not received items that are promised on the same day as they say they will be delivered on the tracking, I have signed up for text messages on my phone to ensure they get here when promised. Today I was waiting downstairs in the front window, since I got a text it would be delivered. I saw her pull up and then I heard the box hit the ground hard. In the box is pencils and other items which are delicate and can break upon being dropped. Also considering that in the past this box has been placed in the mail box and this time it wasn’t as well as roughly thrown to the ground I take this as just another passive aggressive act. I got up and got my mail and watched as she drove to my next door neighbors house, to give me her usual stare down. This is the kind of action that I’ve come to expect from Sharon. I would stand at my door and watch her deliver my mail to ensure she doesn’t throw it, but I feel this would also be passive aggressive. It’s what causes me anxiety every time I order something that uses the USPS.


From this point we came to the conclusion that if we continued to complain it would always be our word against theirs. The only way for us to clearly prove wrongdoing is through video surveillance of our doorstep.

I therefore started to investigate how to do that.