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Postcard exchange

One of the few things that I love are snail mails and postcards. They are more personal than e-mails and text messages and receiving them makes me feel appreciated for the person who sent them took some precious time out of their day to sit down and write to me. 308 more words


Day 13 - Postcrossing to Germany

This bald eagle card is off to a Postcrossing member in Germany. She mentioned that she likes cards with animals, and this is the only card I have that has an animal on it. 19 more words

Week 2/52 Tea lover

I caught a cold for the second time in this winter :(
When it’s not cold I don’t drink hot tea that often, but this week, which is cold and I’ve been sick, I enjoyed hot teas a lot. 105 more words


New storage system

Over the holidays I decided I wanted to sort my Postcrossing cardsĀ into countries and also make a bigger box for them.

I re-used a shoe box that had already been re-used once to wrap one of my Christmas presents. 44 more words


Snailmail Alert System

Starting Frank Letters has opened the team to an entire new community. I, personally, had never truly tried penpalling until 2016. But with all the washi tape and international mail, it’s easy to get swindled and lied to. 160 more words


A Postcard from Ukraine

Julia sent a postcard of Ukrainian embroidery:

Hello Sandra!

This is ‘rushnyk’ and it’s a very precious thing which symbolises love and unity of the family. 30 more words


First Postcrossings of 2017

So far 2017 hasn’t been to good for in terms of snail mail. Even though I have about 5 letters to write I haven’t really felt like sitting down and actually writing them, but I’m hoping to write one or two over the weekend. 138 more words

Snail Mail