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When you consider yourself a letter writer, do you consider yourself a pen-pal? A letter friend? A correspondent? A stationery fetishist? I like to just think of myself as someone that loves to write notes to people because I’m thinking … Continue reading
I will write letters and I will comfort myself with pens and paper and the smell of postcards – yes they have a delicious smell. I am overcoming things that make me sad one postage stamp at a time.
Since I got a new PO box, I’ve started checking it only once a week. Last week, nothing, this week, a bunch of stuff!!! HuZZah!!
I started back up with Postcrossing again recently after a recent hiatus, and after organizing and filing some of the postcards I had to start a new folder. I now have five folders of postcrossing/private swap postcards that I have … Continue reading
Cats At the Window, Little Shoe Poms, Swedish Writing Stamps, Strawberry Shortcake, and Growth From Pain
Cats in the window, looking out at the snow, thinking kitten thoughts of how to play. I love these stamps, the pretty faces, the letters being written, very very pretty. Funny to think how old some of my postcards are, … Continue reading
One of the ladies I write letters with sends these adorable little “books” as letters, so super cute. The woman with the illustrated novel was on the cover of mine, and it was such a delight to receive. Check out … Continue reading
As I’ve been prepping for the month of November and all the things that are going on this fantastic month I’m trying to keep up with my letters by including them in my writing ritual. Every day I’m setting aside … Continue reading