In 2013, I joined postmuse’s Orphaned Postcard Project in my personal quest of reigniting my love for snail mails. 🙂
Hence today I thought of sharing with you the links for the postcards I chose to ‘adopt’ for this project of hers. And maybe, just maybe, you might want to join her project too. Who knows, right?
Postcard 1 – “Austria via U.A.E. with a Stop in Korea”
Postcard 2 – “Tall Buildings Getting Taller“
And yeah, you guessed it, I’m thinking of adopting a couple of postcards this year.
Thanks for reading.
Hello everybody! I just want to share some postcards I sent out today. I am still so behind in my correspondence but will try to catch up soonest.
So, here goes the three postcards I sent out for Postcrossing.
To Ruru in Taiwan… featuring several of the things one might see in the U.A.E. The upper three photos feature some traditional architecture of the country while the third row of photos show the men and women in their traditional dress.
To Katya in Russia… she loves cats so I am assuming she would like a postcard featuring animals especially camels. I find these creatures quite adorable. I haven’t had the chance to ride one yet but it is in my bucket list. Surely.
Finally, to Ellen in Germany… similar to my first postcard highlighting the cultures and sights in U.A.E.
Well, I hope everybody’s week is going just grand. Until the next post. Thanks for reading!
A lovely day everyone! Just wanted to share with you some postcards I sent out today. 🙂 Hope the recipients will love what I chose to send them.
To Savannah in USA.. the biggest mosque in the U.A.E. (if I’m not mistaken). I saw it in the daytime but it sure looks majestic in twilight.
To Rainer in Germany… my favorite color of the desert sand.
To my wonderful penpal, Usi in Germany… how I wish to sit on a camel someday. I have seen it up close and personal but to travel by it. Nah.
Last but not the least, to another awesome penpal, Kalliopi in Greece… another type of water transportation used to cross the Dubai Creek. If you’re seasick, well, I don’t advise you to ride on one of these as you can really feel the flow of the water. 🙂
Well, that’s about it for today. Thanks for reading.
I was out and about this morning ~ went to the bank, post office, and legal translation office for errands. It is a very sunny day, but the heat was offset by the cool wind that made my walking to these offices bearable. Although I do feel a headache starting. Tsk tsk.
Anyhow, I got a wonderful surprise from my mailbox. Included in Melanie’s (in Ontario) letter was a homemade fabric postcard. It is my first time to receive such and I think I’m inlove with it. LOL. To immortalize my falling hard (excuse the pun), I’m sharing to you the postcard. I hope you’ll like it as much as I did, dear readers. 🙂
Isn’t it great? I feel like a little girl opening presents on her birthday. Hehe. Well, gotta go now. Much, much things to do today.
Have a wonderful day to everyone!
It seemed that for the last week or so, my body was willing but my spirit was not. Sadly, worrying too much makes it so. However, yesterday some bit of good news came on the ‘war’ in my hometown so I was able to get several essays cooking but will upload it one at a time. First place comes by way of me updating on the outgoing mails I was able to post on Friday. 🙂
To Sara in Asturias, Spain for Swap-Bot’s Blind Surprise Swap (September). I hope she likes all the surprises I wrapped especially for her. 🙂
These postcards en route to the U.S. and Malaysia for Swap-Bot’s 52 Postcards in 2013. The PC above is one of the rare PCs of my emirate (Fujairah). And the PC below shows one of Kish Island’s view in the Persian Gulf.
I still have quite a few letters to seal and send. Here’s hoping I can update again soonest.
Thanks for dropping by, dear readers. I hope you’re having a great weekend.
First of all, thank you for dropping by over here. I appreciate it. Really.
It has been quite a busy couple of weeks for me at the hospital that all I wanted to do after a day’s work was to plop on my bed and sleep. I felt my body weakening, literally, so I had to hear the li’l voice in me saying “rest, Jennifer, rest.” Hence, that’s what I did. Consequently, I haven’t posted much about my mails. I’m changing that right this minute by sharing with you what I got in the mail for the past couple weeks.
…from Belgium, the Netherlands, and the U.K.
…from different states in the U.S.A.
…from Vanessa in Malaysia for Swap-Bot’s Adventures of the Traveling Postcard R11. The postcard she wants to make the rounds is of a typewriter, which made me drool. I love typewriters! I wish I could keep this one, but I have to send it out so it can travel to far off places in the world. 🙂
…and a signed free copy of Undone sent by Jennifer and Keri of Broken Girl. This is my first non-fiction book for this year. Thank you so much!
I hope you all, dear readers, have a lovely weekend in your part of the world.
My mailbox was very happy this week’s past because it got more than its usual share of mails. Here, look!
A letter from my dearest penpal, Kalliopi in Athens, with an enclosed beaded necklace. Another letter from Melissa in Arizona for Swap-Bot’s Travelling Letter Twist (July). Did you know that there’s a place in Arizona called Romance??? Wow, it must be pretty wonderful to live there! Hehehe. Melissa writes that for a woman who grew up in the city, country living is great. Next is a parcel from Susanna in Finland for Swap-Bot’s Blind Surprise Swap (July). Silly but I was excited peeling off the wrappers of each of the gifts she sent me. Felt like it was my birthday. And lovely postcards from Santorini, Colorado, Moscow and New Mexico. Thanks to all!
Finally, I received my second book giveaway win over at Wordsmithing Ain’t Easy hosted by Kelli last July. Thanks so much Kelli! I can’t wait to start reading The Magicians by Lev Grossman.
What a great way to start another week! I wish you all an amazing week ahead.