More Letters for my Every day commitment. I’m finding it a challenge to think of someone every day but I’m still keeping up! I thought it might be more interesting to tell you who I sent to and why.
#6 Josephine in the Netherlands because she hasn’t been well & #7 Chloe a friend for just being lovely.
#8 Dennis & Pat (church friends) for just being lovely.
#9 Emily my cousins daughter at Uni, for encouragement & #10 My Auntie Glenda, just to say hello.
#11 Heather a friend locally who has been extremely poorly recently.
#12 Jeanne in the UK, the minister at our first church after we were married because of happy memories.
#13 Lisa who lives local, a friend who has ME, to make her smile, as I took this photo from the top of the church tower and the arrow points to where my house is!
And #14 Sarah, someone new in the US who is doing the same letter writing challenge as me.
I’m half way through the challenge now so keep watching 🙂
I regularly go to our local collectors market which is held once a week here in Fakenham. Last week I found this vintage stamp.
It had loose letters spelling this.
I decided I wanted to make an anagram and use all the letters and spell something to do with my mail. I managed to use all but about four and came up with this! 🙂
These are a couple of beautiful surprises that came through the post for me.
A mini kite 🙂
and some beautiful stencils with some other arty stuff
both from USA.
I love mail, is there anyone else want to join in! 🙂
Here are some lovely postcrossing cards that have come in recently.
Lots of lovely pattern from Eva in Germany and Carlos in Spain
A good railway card from Morgan in USA and a hint towards Van Gogh from Herman in Germany
Happy Mail day to you! 🙂
I have just very much enjoyed getting this mail ready to send. A birthday parcel for my cousin and a letter to a friend! 🙂
Over the holidays I decided I wanted to sort my Postcrossing cards 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.
I made dividers from coloured card and labeled them with the postcrossing codes for each country.
Here’s my finished box with plenty of room to add more cards 🙂
I don’t normally have time for such projects, so really enjoyed doing it!
Here’s another mail swap with Antoni in Spain.
He sent me this postcard for Osborne brandy because my sir name is Osborn. 🙂
I sent him this lovely reflection of St Peter Mancroft Church in Norwich.
He also sent me these two postcards of work by Goudi and Flamenco
and I sent him a picture of one of my local beaches, the first what it looks like in winter and then the same beach in summer!
I do love exchanging mail!