One thing about Humboldt County, they don’t lack for quality postcards. Sara reports that their small business Saturday shopping got them in a good spot for Christmas. She says they usually buy when they travel, but since there has been no travel, the money is staying local.
One thing about the mobile S/S household: they know how to send an address update. I’m excited to visit when it is safe again.
Sara sent me this great postcard. And I have no idea what it says on the back because it’s not where I keep the postcards that are waiting to be written up for the blog.
I like the books though! They are great!
The postcard will turn up. Someday.
Sara sends summer bounty greetings to welcome August.
I’m interested how many “early” vegetables the W.D. Burt Co. was promoting. Dalton is between Buffalo and Ithaca, so perhaps their winter comes early.
Sara writes from their new afternoon spot at Septentrio Winery. Because they can sit outdoors, they’ve taken to getting a bottle of wine after going to the farmer’s market.
Sara points out that the store Just My Type has moved around the corner and said she put a star on their old location. But I wonder if the star didn’t make it through the mail?
Another also-ran of the encouragement postcards Sara purchased for her students. It seemed a bit much for The Times We Live In, so I got it instead of her students.
Sara reports that she has finished her paid summer obligation and is now excited to have a break. It’s not been a great summer for Summer Sara, yet.
Sara reports that she and Shawn visited this store on the weekend and she snapped up the card to send to me. She also reports that she’s writing it during a meeting, but that it looks like good notetaking. Very sneaky!
As free postcards go, this is top-notch!
Sara no longer remembers where she got this postcard, but she sends me summer greetings regardless.
I do like California poppies!
Sara sends seventeenth anniversary greetings from this historic inn. Also, as she was writing the card, the inn had just reopened after the quarantine.
Another fun fact! Sara’s mother and father (long, long divorced) stayed at this inn once in their marriage. Sara notes it’s a very charming inn.
Sara reports that she’s taking a quick grading break to send postcards to her students.
I think we’re all glad we made it through that not-ideal semester.