Here’s the before picture. These postcards have been up for quite some time. But now I have time to put up the new postcards that have been waiting in the wings.
Here’s the new batch. These are pretty old. I actually have enough postcards to do a new round tomorrow. But I like how even though postcards are mostly pretty standard thing (a rectangle with a picture on one side) they still manage to be different sizes.
Will it be years or months before these cards are changed? Stay tuned.
While this may have been in a postcard package meant for Sara’s students, there’s no way I wasn’t going to receive it. The reason? Our high school mascot was the lion.
And while the tiger is affirming that it isn’t a lion, Sara spent the back of the postcard affirming that Lions are king. Because that’s what the cheer taught us 20+ years ago.
Another in the series of postcards that Sara is sending to her students. But unlike them, I got a bunch of “Super Spelling” stickers because she can’t use them with her students. They’re on the back.
She thinks my spelling is super. I know that my spelling is super due to my knowing how to properly use spell check.
Sara took a little break from her workday to send me this punny postcard. As a fan of puns, this was a delight to receive.
Sara sent this postcard to commemorate the next phase in my life. She’s been sending postcards to all her students and I’m glad I’m in the mix even though I’m not a student.
Sara sent me this postcard to mark that she has almost finished watching the series Lovesick (the one with Johnny Flynn, Antonia Thomas, and Daniel Ings).
Like me, she found the series a good distraction from ALL THE THINGS!
Look what arrived in my mailbox today!
Things I enjoy about this postcard:
That it’s not just the US Government’s response, but one person’s response Lack of national response (listen to your state and local authorities) Telling people to stay home from work, without giving guidance about how to pay expenses accrued when not working. The expense to mail a postcard to every household in the country
Sara was taken (as was I) by the fact that is is both a postcard AND a bookmark.
Granted a postcard could be used as a bookmark at any point if the book is bigger than the postcard, but this has a detachable postcard built right in!
I think more postcards should make this evolutionary link.
Sara sends me March greetings with a postcard of a place I’ve visited, at least on the outside. I’ve got my fingers crossed for Sara to visit the inside and report back!
Laurie sent this postcard from McMenamins because she and Burt were staying at the Anderson School and were given a free postcard. As I’m the person in her life who does postcards, she thought of me.
Laurie writes, “Looking forward to sharing some adventures (McMenamins and otherwise) with you in the future.”
I’ve sent this postcard myself. I quite like it. Thanks, Laurie.