Good afternoon and hello my friends.
I received a lot of wonderful postcards today.
See for yourself.
A lovely and beautiful Valentine from Ally.
A wonderful postcard from Mariska in the Netherlands.
I love bridges and trains and these certainly showcase the gorgeous landsccapes nearby.
An official Postcrossing card from Ukraine.
A very unique way of showcasing the Country's map.
The sender writes:
I live in Ukraine, in a big industrial city Dnipropetrovsk.
I am a physician, and also I take part in clinical trials of new drugs (as a researcher).
I volunteered to be a gunniea pig in a medical study once, but didn't follow through because I got scared.
An official Postcrossing card from Taiwan.
The sender writes:
Hello! (translates in his language)
This postcard is bought by me when I and my paretns go to (undecipherable language).
I feel it's a cute card.
And it have many "Tung Blossom".
Wish you can see this flower one day.
Yes, I think it's a cute card too.
My first card received from A Postcard A Day Swap.
Here's the outgoing:
Checking off another entry from my postable account.
I'm doing good.
And finally, I replied to the first LetterMo mail that I received awhile back.
And now for my teensy tiny bitch session which I hope doesn't sound too petty.
First, let me say that I am grateful for actually receiving something from a swap I joined.
I joined this particular swap because the rule was you had to tell about your day on the pc you send out.
What do I get?
A teeny tiny tidbit about the city.
Sorry, but the pc already gives me info about the city.
I want to hear about you, the sender.
Did you not read the instructions for the swap?
Sorry if I sound like a bitch but for me the whole point of sending and receiving postcards in a swap is because you like something about the rules of said swap.
I'm talking about Swap-Bot not private swaps or things sent on a whim.
Mariska, you are a sweetheart and I am not talking about the card you sent.
I like you and I love everything you send and write.
Just wanted to clarify.
Here's No. 13 for A Postcard A Day Swap.
Even though my life is boring, I still wrote what I did during the day which wasn't much, but I filled the space in the card.