Saturday, August 22, 2015

Postcard #55: Sandy the Sealion

Sent via Postcrossing: QinWanQing

Postcard #54: Meemaw

Sent on Postcrossing to Ann2005a

There are no pictures of me with Mee-maw. Mother was very cross with me. She said I was being very bad. Because I cried when she wanted me to stand with grandma while the man took our picture. I held her hand. But it was cold and did not feel right she was sleeping but not sleeping. She was standing like she would in the kitchen. Sometimes I would sneak out of bed at night for ice cream and I would see her in the kitchen staring out the window over the sink. Quiet. Looking out into the darkness of her yard. Just like back then I did not want to wake her, I did not want to find to find me awake and out of bed. Her eyes open but not seeing. Her hand open but not wanting. She is still staring out her window but she can see what she was looking for finally because her eyes don't move.

Postcard #53: Cold Part #3

Sent Postcrossing : nicolettkaa

Cold Series:
Part 1
Part 2

Wednesday, August 19, 2015

Postal #52: J.C.'s Treehouse

Sent to Pat M.

Postal #51: €xpensive

Sent to M&M

Postal #50: Reliquary

Sent to J&M S.

Postal #49: Parroting

Sent on Postcrossing Lalelou

Postal #48: You'll Shoot Your Eye Out

Sent to Val C.

Postal #47: Babel

Sent to Dr. Fierce

Postal #46: Barker

Sent to Jackie M.

Postal #45: Reservations

Sent to Tracy V.

Postal #44: Wish you were here

Sent on Postcrossing jovi88

Postal #43: Niñoperrito...

Send to Keith.

Postal #42: Cold part 2

Part 1

Postal #41: Winecave

Sent to Linda D.


I cannot even begin to tell you how many times I tried posting cards 41 and 42 on this trip.  Things were going great.  Photographing the images and uploading them. Then there was some change to google photos and the blogger app and nothing worked right ever again.  The photos would not upload or the photos wouldn't sync with the actual blog entry.  I would not get images of the postcards on the actual entry.
I kept writing.
I kept sending them out.
I forgot where I sent most of them.  Sorry.  If you see an entry and want to comment that you received that postcard that would be awesome.

I even started running out of addresses that I brought with me (since they were all written on mailing labels) so I joined a website called post-crossing where people trade postcards from all over the world. Which I think corresponds more with more of what I want to do with this blog adventure.  Effect people to take part in a dying art.  But, if you want a could always send me one.