Thursday, April 11, 2013

The Fabulous Face of Mail.

Good morning my friends!
I hope you are doing well.
Yesterday I was restless so I took a drive to Boulder City.
It's not very far but it's a good distance from my side of town.
The change of scenery was refreshing and I was drawn in to my audiobook.
I didn't want to stop the car because I was so engrossed in the story.
I thoroughly enjoyed driving around wasting gas.
Yes, I said it.
I'm not a do-gooder greenie.
My secret's out.
 
Incoming Mail:
 

 
This wonderful creative postcard from Limner at Oh Write Me.

 
A handmade postcard from a swap on Swap-Bot.
Apparently, all of the embellishments didn't make it through the postal system.
:-(
 
 
This is from one of my partners for another swap, Quick Notecard Swap #4.
 
 
This is from my partner Peggy for the Themed Messages RR on Postcrossing.
 
 
Outgoing Mail:
 
 
A pen pal letter on a fold-up stationery.
 
 
This is going to my swap partner for Notecard swap #2
(there's at least 10 notecards inside + a little something extra)
 
 
An official Postcrossing on its way to Colorado, right here in the good old U. S. of A.
 
That was all the mail for yesterday and it was all good.
 
Any mail I get is loved by me!
 
 
 
 

5 comments:

Aritha said...

I love that large cat! When I bring my son to school with the bike I see often that sort of cats wit golden eyes. One cat always sits near een blue door. ( I love blue doors)

O, o ... tell me more about that audiobook :-)

ria cabral said...

You know the picture that caught my eye was the cat. But I adore them. great post. I have a cat of my own shes a long hair tabby but I swear shes mixed with a bobcat(LOL) she has huge feet!

Derrick said...

That picture of Limners reminds me of "The Tale of Desperaux" If you've seen the film you'll know why.

Randall said...

Sometimes I get the urge to drive to somewhere new and different too. And I am listening to "Gone Girl" via audiobook right now, and it makes me want to get in the car and drive, just so I can listen to it!

Scriptor Senex said...

I love the imaginative card from Limner. So 'easy' and yet so clever.