I have an online shopping problem.  I will be the first to admit this.  I am filling some sort of void with things, and it's getting out of hand.  But this is none of my neighbor's business.

The UPS people have decided that they would like to try to deliver my items to her door instead of mine.  Part of the problem is that we TECHNICALLY have the same address.  She runs the business downstairs and I live in the condo above.  They are connected by a door but we do not have access to eachother because the door does not have a handle.  However she has a different street address.  

I don't understand why SUDDENLY UPS has decided to start trying to deliver items to her door, but this is a new problem.  

First, she left me a note about it.  I'm not entirely sure what I'm supposed to do though.  I understand that she doesn't want to be responsible for my packages.  But I know when something is supposed to be delivered.  If I don't get it that day, I go look at her door.  It's not a big deal.  

Then she emailed my landlord about it.  And she included the line "It feels like a package a day."  

A bit dramatic, don't you think?  I'm not rich.  If I were, I wouldn't live above you in a condo, would I?

I honestly don't know what she would like me to do about this.  

Ma'am. IT'S MY ADDRESS.  You're the one with 2 addresses.

Also, if you could stop writing my name as "Tye" that would be great.  What the hell is wrong with you.  I'm not a bad clothing item from the psychadelic years.  Jesus.