Ya know - a paint marker pen and/or sharpie marker is pretty permanent.
So next time, just "edit" in the "don't" on a truck in the appropriate spot while you're cooling your heels. In six months we can hit the whole fleet!
Elaine who entirely missed the KNitter's conference in my own home town while waiting four extra days for "We-don't" haul to bring a truck into CHICAGO (only 4 million people and no one coming in?) and finally had my moving crew (brothers) rent Ryder in Michigan and DRIVE it there...and then who ended up putting everyhing leftover into a CAR drive back to Michigan (twice in 48 hours). My poor Dad ended up 5 hours with a cast iron kettle on his kidneys...it was a production swapping drivers (okay, the picture frame is on the left foot, pillow on knees....)I called Budget and they wouldn't rent me a van because - get this - they wanted a complete (unpaid) utility bill to prove you were a reputable character. Now, if you're leaving town in 24 hours or less, would you have any such thing??????? Corporate mind defeats me.
Of course, one has to leave presents for the alley gods - it's how you get good stuff back! Course, it took me three months to put all the furniture back together....I never knew some of those things COULD come apart..but then my brother used to work for Mayflower and...the definition of a blivet - 10 pounds of "stuff" in a five-pound sack? He could put in 25 and still have room for the piano.