This is from Sara, the usual Minnesota postcard candidate. She reports that there are two weeks left in the semester. Hooray!
She also notes that she is dubious about this book description.
Friend Julie sent me a thank you card for inviting her to Easter/Greek Easter. (It must have been the cake.) As usual, I was wowed by her card making abilities.
My friend Maureen is crafty. And sometimes it results in mail for me. She thought I would enjoy this odd confluence of things. I did.
A postcard from Friend Sue, she of the recent visit. She got this in, you guessed it: Nashville. There she visited Graceland.
Two postcards from the usual Minnesota source.
This one is a church that is a replica of a church in Norway that the usual Minnesota source for postcards has actually visited.
Here is a fun postcard from Vining. Note that the framing of the photo on top nearly cuts out the gas station sign.
My friend Kelly vacationed in Detroit recently and sent me this postcard from the Motown Museum. Both Detroit and the Motown Museum are places I would like to visit.
In thanks for the baby blanket I made for Baby M, I received this delightful card. It’s not only cute, it also features the blanket I knitted for the former baby M. It’s the top middle photo. Apparently the knitted blanket got a lot of use after the current baby M was born.
As you can see, the former baby M has grown quite a bit since 2013.
This postcard was handed to me by my coworker* as a thank you for caring for her cat, Mork.
It came with a drawing of Mork. Because Zoe is fun that way.
*the aforementioned inter-office mail
Here’s another one from Sara K. I always enjoy getting a promotional postcard for a book I’ve read. It was an enjoyable book, too.
Here’s a fun, old-time-y postcard. It’s from the usual suspect. She picked it up in the Charlotte airport on her way home from visiting family for Christmas.