Doesn't it look so happy having been carved up with a smile? Sightless eyes are worth the world. This jack o'lantern makes me smile in return. This is from Linda, the winner of the Limnerween give-away.
Who won't smile for a green Dudley Do-right, all cleft chinned and sportin' a carrot top curly mop? Susan said she inserts gift certs to Dairy Q for her young 'ins. Wish someone had given me some when I was young. I used to crave those parfaits.
It's all about the Benjamins, as in the boxes Ben Franklin created a need for, back in the day. I like. It's also about the seven that look like six. It's about the red, white, true blue--Closed On Sunday post office. Thanks Pamela.
I keep returning to this photo. It's time to retire it to the Keeper Of All Mail box, but I finally figured out why I haven't put it away yet. It's because it makes me hungry. It's tea for two just the way I like mine. That little tart makes my mouth water, the gloves make me smile, and those keys make me curious. The bell? Oh, surely it's meant to summon the waiter, to say, "More, please!"
Oh, my! Elle, What can I say?
Absolutely nothing that beats, "Thank you."
And, oh yes, show you my find of the day:
Dear Elle, the monarchs are migrating. This one didn't make it. With sadness, I picked it up at the bank this morning. In the parking lot. I just know it lay there, waiting for me.
I meant to give it to O-Bird as a welcome home gift, but the thought of the cleaners tossing it, turned me selfish, so I gave her a book and a can of Italian orange soda instead. The monarch rests inside the acrylic case my Mighty Mouse came in. Isn't it beautiful? I will try to immortalize it. If I fail, hopefully you will? Your stamps are beautiful enough to do it justice.
I couldn't resist showing both sides of the card this time. Blue calms. Turn it over and laugh hard. The best prescription that comes in mail form is mail. Thanks to the artist-sender-penner. Like my grandpa used to say when someone had done something meaningful for him: I am much obliged. And, so I am. I'd try to reciprocate if I had your address.
I like shots like this.
They remind me of life.
I often wonder what's at the top.
Do you have similar thoughts?
Lord knows I don't ever want have to slide or fall down those million steps! There have been times when I've felt like I have. Then I wake up.
Three bees and a bunny in a bonnet!
Surely she's as sweet as honey?
This does something to my head.
Makes me imagine her spread-
ing her arms
And they are
covered in butterflies.
Can you see the stunning headdress? Thanks Catherine, for such an awesome image.
Now do you see why it pays to be nuts on occasion? I wish I could sca, post, and "muse" every piece of mail that comes my lucky way, but alas, my arm balks. I am truly much obliged, just as much, or more than my grandpa.