This came in today's mail. Imagination is everything!
Turned envelopes are fascinating. Has anyone ever researched the how and why of the designs chosen? I wonder if there's good money involved in designing envelope insides? Thank you, Patty. Your letter is dated March 10; four days before your accident. I gave this envelope my immediate attention. Be well my friend.
I finally have one! I admired this card from afar for a long time. Now one is mine. Thank you, Pamela. You have enough mail ephemera to fill a small museum. How do you keep track of everything? I have a crush on your studio.
I've sent Karen over at "I Am Rushmore," little bits in attempts to stump her. She has failed me only once. Where's that orange and white string girl? So, I put together a little packet of materials last night. I did not feel like driving to the postoffice today. Hopefully . . . Soon. Meanwhile, I have begun to create lovelies with the lovely offerings I receive as enclosures. Such fun! I almost kept Randall's 'cause I liked it so much. Thank you, sir, for those goodies.
I've enjoyed this little show n tell but it is time to clean up my work station. Goodnight and good dreams.