I have received postcard number two. Actually, i am a bit disappointed with it, as it turned out muddy and dark looking. I’m not sure that anyone would be attracted to this image at all. But, that’s the way it goes. I suppose it could still be used, even though it’s not what i expected. Perhaps it will grow on me. I have named this one “star.” To see it just click “postcards” in the menu above.
I like postcards. They are better than a letter in every way. There is little room to write, so a person must get to the point. Wishing you were here and Love. They are like a kiss on the cheek or a hug. Plenty of room to send fond hello or a short poem. Now, tell me. Would you rather look at a postcard picture, or an envelope? Which one is likely to be put up on the fridge, on a desk, framed, stuck into the frame of a mirror, or used as a book mark?
Sometimes i get very very long letters stuffed in with cards nearing the end of the year. They list a year’s worth of accomplishments, they go on and on and on. I can’t even bear to read them anymore. Please. Do your friends a favor, and send them a postcard now and then, and then send them another one at the end of the year with a little bit of Love. Spread out the goodness over the year.
Take some time to fill out addresses on a bunch of postcards and attach the postage stamps. The cards will be ready for sending. Now put them in a handy spot. Put some in the glove compartment of your car, in your binder, at your desk, or next to your bed. Stuck in traffic? Waiting for a meeting? Early for an appointment? Just thought of someone? Send them a postcard. It’s doesn’t get deleted. It can be touched, held, and if it’s really sweet… it might be stuck in the frame of a mirror.
I dig cards and know rambling escapades of Stratoz and Mosaic Woman will be sent you way. You get that one oo post at a time.
My thanks to both of you.
I like the new card. In fact, honor of your postcard post, I’ve sending one off to you :-)
Yea! I’m likin’ that.
True, postcards can’t be easily deleted. Great idea. Also, a throwback retro idea, which is good for all of us. I see what you mean with postcard #2 – the image is stunning, but the color combo somehow seems muted (at least on the computer screen). Keep working on this worthy, beautiful venture.
Thanks for the encouragement :-) dear friend.
Postcard from heaven:
“Wish you were here.”
I haven’t gotten one of these in the mail….yet.