We are counted in the 2010 U.S. Census. Last time I participated there were only 2 to report, now there are 6.

Just to be sure I was first sent a letter notifying me that in a few days I’d be receiving our census questionnaire  (just another example of government redundancy–a topic I wrote on back in 1984 as part of my college internship through the Humprhey Institute of Public Affairs at the University of Minnesota. I just want to know how much that initial letter cost–well maybe I don’t). Sure enough as promised, a few days later our form was hung on our door.  I dutifully filled out the form and mailed it back. We are now counted.