Friday, August 23, 2019

Incoming postcards

     After InCoWriMo, Lettermo and Write_On, I got a little overwhelmed with my mail pile and let it sit for a while. I'm in a frantic race to reply to all mail by Monday, August 26th when I go back to school. 8 letters to go.  I'm going to do it. It is said "
     In order to get good mail, you need to send good mail." The other day, I was straightening up the desk where my computer is and I saw my pile of postcards to put away. I realized that, compared to the average person, I get a massive amount of personal mail. I send a lot too, but this pile made me happy. I thought I'd share with you some of the great postcards that I've received just this month. For anyone considering Postcrossing, this is where most of these Postcards came from. (I apologize if I posted a few of these before, I didn't want to scroll through all the posts to check since I don't have a lot of time tonight.)  It's so great to connect with people across the globe in a positive way.I've written where each card is from above the cards:
Australia:

Belgium
BE-649505 

Canada
CA-930125 
CA-928867
 Remember my vacation from last post? This is the famous "Three Churches" I was talking about. I bought myself this postcard as a souvenir.
 China:

 Czech Republic:

 Finland:




France:
FR-1192743
Germany:
DE-8407419 
DE-8389791 
DE-8389790


Hong Kong:
HK-648509
Japan

 Khazakhstan:
KZ-44930
Luxembourg (And I understood most of the German without needing to look it up!):
LU-60097
Malaysia:

 Russia
RU-7424343


 Taiwan


US
 (The Portland card is from a #Write_on  pal.)
US-6149520 

So, ask you can see, I get a great variety of cards.I have lots of other news to share, some good some not so good. Well, nothing bad,  just a little stressful. I am going to let myself get back to school before writing those posts.

1 comment:

  1. Fun variety of postcards--and I want to eat the pizza in the last one!

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