I take great pleasure in writing a letter. It composes itself as on the fly. No two are ever alike. My pen automatically adjusts my words to suit the personality of each recipient. The same thing happens with artist trading cards. My one regret is not having made duplicates. So I've begun scanning mine.
Instead of encasing this one inside a plastic sleeve, I left it bare naked inside its tiny little envelope, made especially for small works of art. I sent it in a larger piece of mail . . .
Artist Trading Cards are another FUN form of communication. So, if you get one from me, consider it a little note between the two of us. Then, next time you write, why not slip one inside letter, and look at it as a beautiful exchange between us. Aha! Remember the aRt, remember the E. Put them together, and remember . . . er . . .
We. Us. Me?
Do you remember, "There's always room for J-e-l-l-o!"? How about "There's always time for . . . What? Being mellow? Learning the cello? Visiting Monticello? No. There's always time for . . .
Hello! How are you? Fine, I hope.
P.S. Wanna trade?