Another 2 of 2 series that arrived on the same day!
Sara opens by asking if I ever buy X number of postcards, not have time to send them, and then get home and wonder who I bought them for.
My answer. Nope. Because they can always be used for Postcrossing.
This is the postcard series where Sara tells me she is going to France and Romania in June. France because her stepmother bought a house, Romania so they can meet up with a friend of Shawn’s.
Do to the mail lag time, this was not the first I’d heard of this. Sara offhandedly mentioned it in a text causing much ????!!!?!?!?!?!Whaaaaaaaaat???????? from me and much, I thought I told you? from her.
Turns out she did, but the message was in transit.
I’ve learned that I will not be taking a work trip to San Diego in January 2023, so these postcards will be my major interactions with that city.
It’s the rare occurrence where a series of postcards arrive all on the same day!
Sara writes from her first official day of summer, which started on May 19. She did a lot of lovely things including not going into the office. I celebrate that decision.
These punny cards are fun not only for their front message, but also because on the back is cute picture in the area of the stamp, but it’s not covered by the stamp. Alas, I did not take a picture, so you will need to imagine a mouse on one card and a chicken on the other.
Zoe writes that she and Nick kayaked across the bay to the monument to Captain Cook which had recently acquired some graffiti. There were apparently a lot of snorkelers, but they did see dolphins on the way back.
I found a stack of these postcards at Scrap at ten cents apiece. They are perfect for the messages I’m sending to my friend about each episode of the Gilmore Girls because I can write on the back and spill onto the front, if I need to.
The message on the front of the card amuses me, though a friend did mention an opportunity was missed by not saying Saturday Moooovies.
One of them came with writing on it, though I didn’t notice until I got it home.
I couldn’t find anything online about Marge duMond (at least not this one) but I didn’t do an extensive search.
Anyway, these cards are so great, I went back and bought 100 more of them. So thank you to Marge for making them.
I’ve been watching Gilmore Girls and then listening to the Gilmore Guys podcast after each episode. This means I have to find something to do while listening, and since it’s been so cold, weeding is out. So for the first time in years, I have updated my postcard display.
Many of these postcards are from when Sara was in grad school. She’s had her PhD for three years now, so you can see how they have piled up.
In a perfect world, I would automatically update them once I had 40 new postcards to display. But after this update, I have a backlog of more than 40. So these will stay for a few months and then we shall see what happens.
Sara certainly has moved to an area with a lot of local postcards! This one reminds me of clip art montages, but fancier.
Sara reports that it’s gray and rainy and overcast (a thing that happens in Portland a lot too!) and she reports that it’s also Oscar Sunday and she’s excited to see my picks for the win. She writes that she plans on recording the ceremony and catching up later.
I can tell you from the future that she ended up watching in real time, so she saw the famous slap. We discussed via text and both were frowny face about the whole thing.
I love the color scheme of this postcard, and the iconography. Sara grabbed it on her way from from San Francisco airport. She was hoping to find an outgoing mailbox in the airport, but did not discover one.