Thursday, April 28, 2016

Postcard #95: Cold #6


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Cold Series:
Part 1
Part 2

Postcard #94: 6 things I say


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Postcard #93: "God is Everywhere"


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Postcard #92: Squirrel Seeks Chipmunk Book Review

ORIGINAL TEXT
To: Peterboro Town Library
Main St.
Peterborough, N.H. 03458
Postmark: Naples, Fl 33940 April 26, 1974 PM
Stamp: Eisenhower USA 8¢
Text: Apr. 23. Temp. 85 Sunny.
Hi Ladies - Beautiful weather. Doesn't this look like me on the beach? our friends have a house on a canal which is just lovely. We hope to visit Busch Gardens soon. I'm get-ting a nice rest, + I'll be read for work. There are plenty of photos everywhere. I've been feeding the seagull
s too.  Hope things are not TOO busy. Love Marsha

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Sunday, April 3, 2016

Postcard #90: Fog - 3

Rolled a 3. Randomly chose the tree.  The person leaving the room. The flashlight (lamely).

 By the end of it I suppose I could have dropped the flashlight and picked up the listening to a sound, the magnifying glass (investigation).

The person wanted a postcard with fog.  I've had this one for a while.  I think ultimately they wanted something with water reflections.  But my postcard is already 5 DAYS OVERDUE.  I know I have a postcard with water refections in it. But I know it needed work and I would have to scan the old writing.  Transcribe it.  Then do my cover job to the old postcard...then write.  I CAN NOT DO THAT.  I'M LATE. I have errands.  My ass is killing me from my bike ride yesterday (I liken it to being hit in the ass with an aluminum baseball in a wide upper swinging motion making sure to hit me just below my buttcheeks).  Ain't nobody got time for that. So I am sorry wintersonne, Honestly.  Life is full of disappointment.  I will never make your wall of favorite postcards.
  

Postcard #89: Samira's First Postcard



So I went on a bike ride with the woman I am renting from,  Samira.  20 miles of biking.  I think that is a record for me.  In Gresham we reached a park that had a Japanese Garden.  I wanted to write a postcard but I was drawing a blank.  Maybe I was tired.  I offered Samira a postcard and she could sent it to one of the people I have been neglecting on Postcrossing.  So she wrote to Rahmah, some woman in Indonesia. Whose birthday coincidentally is today, April 3rd.     Samira was worried that what she wrote was boring.  I tend to disagree. She wrote about the magic of that Bernie Sanders rally we attended last week on the back of a postcard that shows people fearing a guillotine.  She spoke of chickens excitement, weather, and politics all on the same card.  I don't think I personally could have been any weirder. 



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