Mary Has Sound sent me this package of goodies and a probable "yes" on the head count for the letter social next Saturday in Harrisburg! Yay!
Melissa of Craftgasm sent me a nice note and a maybe for the head count for the letter social. Darn transportation issues!
CC sent me this wonderful cigar card! I have never seen stationery like this and if I did I would buy it up! But luckily my ban on buying is going, well . . .okay, I'll do a post soon to update on that answer more.
From the mailbox of Juli. I think more people correspond with her than I could comprehend!
A postcrossing from Poland
A postcrossing from Belarus I believe, but I love the traditional dress!
A few card from Nancy of the Stamp Tramps! I liked the Monster stamp as well. I think its safe to say it's her favorite time of year. Don't worry Nancy, you can send these to me all year round, I won't judge!
A Russian postcrossing
Loved this cat gondolier postcrossing!
Oy Vey! I didn't realize this was blurry postcard pic of a nice postcrossing!
Dear postcrossers, why do you hate multiviews??? I think this one is well done. Dutch I believe of on of the islands around the Netherlands.
A nice postcrossing. I think I have seen this particular picture a thousand times though.
A nice Polish postcrossing. I do not care how my postcards get here - in an envelope, without one. Just use some nice stamps and send it the way you want yours. Not that inquiring minds asked, just a general public announcement.
A lovely letter from Juli. I think this came first.
Remember the Halloween card from a friend who sometimes writes, 2 notes from her in a week??? Is mailing contagious? One can only hope!
This was a nice bundle from WD. As per usual (and I am extremely grateful for it) a stamp pf the Royals! The letter is in the lower folded piece that says "start here" It weaves in and out of a wallet like folded holder. Always the creative one that WD is! Origami is my cryptonite. I am a bit special with no natural ability to draw a straight line or fold a straight one either!
And remember the secret to a full mailbox is "Send a lot, to get a lot!"