What a class act, huh? I don't know all the players here, but I enjoyed buying them. I've even done research on several unknown names and faces. I'm learning a lot from the stamps you send. These are four of several I've used recently. Don't you just like stamps? Such little rectangles are embodied with duty, power, and action. They're like mail tug boats. They're small but they can take a single letter across the country, across an ocean, across the seven seas, or around the world and back.
Sheesh. Talk about around the world and back. I've had more mail returned from EMP. The first was my copy of The Postmistress, sent first class. Weeks after that, a note card sent separate, returned yesterday. I sent the book again . . . Yes, it went first class, only it cost more this time. Has anyone heard from her? Neither address she gave me is valid. I want permission to use quotes from her book. Has anyone read it?
Anyway . . .
I've been getting more new stamps than I can shake a stick at. Not sure why I'd want to, but still . . . Ahem . . . Notice the four envelopes peeking from my green vase/bag? It's the bag my mums arrived in on my birthday. Well, guess what. Four arrived in the same day! Envelopes, not bags. For real. You could have knocked me over with a quill. All those colors and words written FMEO (for my eyes only). Heck, I have my own acronym now. One day they just might make a postage stamp just for
I think it should be an alphabet stamp. The alphabet should be in cursive. In upper and lower case. Then the following year it should be numbers. Yes. What do you think? And should it be a font with serifs or sans? Black or red? Oh, my! That would be so . . . letterly!