From my pal Margie.
This Postcrossing comes from Ukraine.
The sender writes: Spring- a time of love, a new life, the most beautiful flowers. You-JARIELYN R. embody the most wonderful quality of spring: sunny smile, unpredictable spring thunderstorm, tenderness and freshness of the first leaves. Happy spring! greetings from Ukraine. Sveta.
Aren't those words the most thoughtful you've ever read on a postcard? If that doesn't make you smile I don't know what will. It sure made my day. :)
guardian angel I mean, a postcrossing from the Netherlands.
The sender writes: Translation text of the front: May the angel of consolation give you power when you are hurt by the loss. (author: Marinus van den Berg) Dear JarieLyn, I have found a card with an angel for you! I am a writer of children books and a painter as well. I've also made a painting of an angel. You can see it. www.miekevanhooft.nl/schilderijen Best wishes! Meike
I looked at her website and her paintings are very colorful and nice. They kind of have a whimsical feel to them. I like them a lot and wouldn't mind hanging one in my house to remind me to play.
A Postcrossing from Finland.
The sender doesn't speak English so she only signed her name, Elsa.
A Postcrossing from the Netherlands.
The sender writes: Hi. Famous Dutch illustration with snow! We had none this winter so far- so I guess we ? have to do it. Greetings from Amsterdam. Happy Postcrossing.
I love the scene depicted in the above card. It makes me think of an old black and white movie.
A Postcrossing from Isle of Man.
The sender writes: Hello JarieLyn- Snail Mail card for you from Isle of Man. Since you live in the desert, I thought I'd send you a card that deals with water! All the best to you, Patrick.
This card does look refreshing. And I never knew there was a country called Isle of Man. I love Postcrossing. The people I get to meet and the little things they share are really special.