Classy She, from Watona. Thank you!
Reminds me of Charleston
Maps leave me weak-kneed.
People who saw this always commented on the stamp (including JC), NOT the postmark. Hmm. The envelope was opened. Someone used an instrument to slice through three sides. They left the postcard atop the letter. No way could the letter and card have made it from Wales in tact, if the envelope had been opened in transit.
JC thinks someone is clever-clever to have come up with such a unique way to recycle Dole stickers. I agree with JC. The art work's not bad either.
This goes in The Limner Mail Hall of Fame. I save chocolate wrappers. Well, saved is more like it, since I learned saving such things is considered hoarding. I tossed them. Thank you, Pen Thief.
Just the way I like my chocolate. Yum! A pre-written letter. Such a creative thinker you are, Misty. I like poetry. This is more like edible poetry, though, since I'd eat the chocolate while my lover read the poem out loud. Ahem. That's IF I had a lover.
Ah, then there's this. Istanbul. My very first card from Turkey. I like pen and ink drawings. The detail work is hypnotic. Thank you.
Patty, Patty, Patty. I almost salute every time I look at this. How on Earth did you make this flag? And the stamps? Ooh la, girl! You should teach a mail art class at your local community college. I salute you.
And this . . . I had a flashback to my childhood the moment I saw this in my mail box. It took me all the way back to bib overalls, brogans, feed stores . . . and chewing tobacco. It reminded JC of playing bad. LOL! Pen Thief, thanks for some awesome memories, and a novel gift. You and Patty, and mail writers everywhere are something special. Misty, what else can I say? Thank you!
There's more to come, but I needed to share and tell in dribbles. I can open a mail museum because of you guys. You're awesome. You do things I've never considered or dreamed of. Thank you!
I mailed 14 letters, boxes, postcards, and notecards yesterday. I have about 10 more to go. Moanday's Mail Bag was bristling and bulging.
This grateful Limner