Thursday, February 7, 2013

All in a Day's Mail

"My Blue Valentine"
If you don't get it, please don't ask. *sigh*

I don't think he's all that into her, do you? 

V.D. postcard

Women basketball players, 1924, E. (Eddie) Elcha, photographer. I played basketball. I was a pitiful guard, aka benchwarmer mostly. I knew nothing about the game. So how did I make the team? Ha! I was . . . I ran track too. I was a fantastic sprinter, but when I had to choose between running and spelling, I chose spelling. We won third place in the interscholastic spelling championship. A first for our school. I am into basketball though. I can watch the Lakers get trounced and write letters at the same time. If there are cuss words and tears on letters from me, well, it's because they lost.

Before I forget! You'll find food for thought and interesting reads here:

I look forward to reading your comments there. Are you a Levenger customer/lover/user? I am. Have been for a long time. I'll show you my purple and black fountain pens some day. I've written to some of you on pages from a Levenger pad. Okay. I'll hush. Go. Visit.

Then, write on. Tomorrow will be all about you! Do I have mail? Is a pig pork? Tomorrow will be devoted to scanning, showing and telling. So go write.


  1. out bound today. Well tomorrow now. Um wrote today mailed tom.. Ah crap you get the gist..

    1. It's a little scary because I do get it. LOL.

      Am just home from running errands, the last one being a stop at the post office. Such mail is mine. By box almost ranneth over. Manny happy returns to ya.

  2. Awwww that postcard and envelope are beautiful! :)

    1. Thank you. I bought the cat paper from Tx Art Supply last year for journal covers. The blue hearts tape was just the thing to make up for the shortage. You got the blue valentine angle! :) my fish are as peculiar as my berd's.