Well, I had brought my package to the post office on December 19th with my deadline being the 21st. The shipment tracking shows that it was received on the 19th and the latest event listed was "Processed through USPS Sort Facility" in Cincinnati, OH. I shipped it from Michigan kinda near Detroit. Amazon still lists it as not received.
Now it's starting to worry me that my package has been lost somehow. I am also trying to account for the holidays being recently, but there have been so many days now that my package could have moved onto somewhere.
The package was somewhat bigger since I had 1 hardcover book and a couple of thinner 500 page paperback texts.
So really, I'm just curious to know if anyone else is having a similar issue right now, or if I should try to get a hold of the post-office?
I have used this many times before and I used it the same time last year and my package was delivered very fast.
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