It’s getting late for getting things into the mail in time for Christmas. You still have a few options, according to Post Office spokesman Richard Watkins…use the services, like Priority Mail which’ll get it there in a couple days with delivery confirmation, and get tracking and tracing with express mail. Carriers will be making their rounds on Monday, and even later if you’ve paid for one of the premium services.For procrastinators, and he’s one, there are carriers who’ll be working Christmas Eve and Christmas Day, and most will even wear a Santa cap in the spirit of the day. That premium service comes at a price, though. The post office is also making inroads into Internet service, once thought to be the main threat to “snail mail.” You can create, order, stamp and send greeting cards or postcards online 24 hours a day at the u-s-p-s-dot-com website.