I loved this card, because the illustration is so detailed, plus there is gold filigree all over it that makes it very pretty to look at. This is from Katherine and she is an 18-year-old student in Taiwan. She said her parents used to go to grocery stores like this when they were young but such stores have been replaced by convenience stores.
You have to look sideways (sorry) but that’s a beetle and some kind of berry.
This is called “May Wind” and is from Caroline. Her three facts are: “I’m happy today very much because my mother has birthday. I gather sugar packets. I have more than thousand. I’m 27 years old but I still think and feel that I’m 15 years old. But I think that this is my advantage rather than disadvantage.”
When I registered the postcard, I told her how my friends and I used to bring each other lighters when we went on trips, even before any of us smoked. And she wrote back and said that her friend’s daughter married a millionaire in America and when the friend went to visit they collected sugar packets everywhere.
Postcrossing is so awesome.
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Oh my gosh, I'm so sad that the little corner stores in Taiwan have been replaced by convenience stores. /sniffle
That card from Caroline is amazing, though.
I agree. The May Wind card is frame-able. So lovely.
The lighters, of everything else, I still have!