Ta-da! Here it is! My very first informed delivery scan. We're allowed the first ten pieces of mail to be shown at this size. That's not bad. Do you think we should pay extra for the service? Would you pay or should it remain business as usual?
Isn't it lovely, made for mail! All hail, Stevie Wonder!
Such wonders abide within. Oh, my gosh! A feldlerch is a skylark!
I am giddy with delight! A quick Google and look what I've learned! Skylark, yellowhammer, house sparrow, common reed bunting . . . Little birds I have seen, I see again, in a different tongue. Not that I see with my tongue, but thank you, Anke.
Pages from someone's practice book? I like the hand. It's enviable, yes?
I am not the only Flow-er. It is indeed "Happy time!"
Not so fast! There's more. Peacock feathers galore! Simply irresistible. A notecard from Catherine. Thank you, it's mesmerizing. Your note is lovely too.
I forgot to thank Cynthia for the fan that blew such sweet memories back in my face. Thank you, Cynthia. Thanks for the stamps too. They're my first, so please know that they mean a lot. That reddish color reminds me of the red dirt in Alabama and southeast Texas. More memories trying to shove their way to the forefront! Goodness, what a feeling!
More for the out-bag.
I have a feeling this short stack will be with us until Monday. Surely it will have grown taller, wider, brighter by then? I can only hope. How many letters can you write in a weekend? Turned any paper bags lately? *wink* I'm waiting. *grin*
P.S. May we mail painted rocks???