Saturday, March 19, 2016

Postcard #85: Flute - 9


As a side note I don't think I have ever used so much white out on a postcard before.  I just kept making mistakes.  Maybe I am over tired?
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So I rolled a 9.  But I noticed the there was a grouping of dice right around that compass rose die.

So there you have it.  Nine dice not including the compass rose die.  It is like there is an unseen force guiding me to write a shitty story.  As a side note and for the record I know that one is a rainbow on the left side.  But if you look at it the cloud looks like someone standing next to river or something.  If I don't start brainstorming alternatives to each die these stories could get repetitive really fast.

Friday, March 18, 2016

Postcard #84: Jill


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Postcard #83: Fasting

Sent via postcrossing: hhayleytan

Background:
So.  I bought some story cubes to add a new level of difficulty to postcard writing.  Thing was I had a whole boat load of them.  So I picked up a 20 sided die at Red Castle Games near me and invented a new game.  Roll all the dice.  But what ever the 20 sided dice reads is how many story dice cubes I have to incorporate.  This is LITERALLY the first roll I ever did.
 A one.  So I stared at the dice.  Which ONE die?  It was almost even harder than I imagined.  Each die spawned its own story. I almost regret moving them into that straight line because I wish I could have seen what that arrow was pointing at when it landed.  It's like consulting bones or reading tea leaves.  I  remember when I saw the magic wand I first thought it was a cigarette.  Cigarette stories...do I have any stories involving cigarettes?  And that spawned the above story I wrote.  A true story I might add.  I was fasting, hanging out at jersey diner with a good friend of mine.  And the woman let her guard down and casually admitted she might have been a closet racist.  It also helped that this Haley Tan person who will hopefully be receiving the card asked for local favorite foods...a greeting in my native language...and a suggestion where she should go if she ever visited.  Anyone visiting NJ...should probably find a hole in the wall NJ diner and have a cup of coffee.  

Postcard: #82 Widow for a Postcard

Sent to a friend of mine: Madlen B.

Saturday, March 12, 2016

Saturday, March 5, 2016

Postcard #78: Dadtime Stories #1




Postcard #77: Timeout.

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Postcard #76: Cold #5


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Cold Series:
Part 1
Part 2

Postcard #75: Train



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Postcard #74: Force = Mass x Acceleration


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Postcard #73: Number 2 times X

Sent to MMC.  Photo/postcard credit: Http://www.heatherdaltonphography.com

Postcard #72: Belated National Dog Day


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Postcard # 71: Analog


Original Card:
Stamp: "In God we Trust" Liberty Stamp 3¢

Original Postmark: Yellowstone Park, WYO Jun 23, 1960
Addressed to: Mrs. Jean Schmidt of Upper Montclair, NJ
Message:
6/22/60
Just to let you know our vacation is wonderful,
and wish you could enjoy it too.  The children are
having the time of their lives especially with the
bears.
Grace Beneke
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