Tuesday, October 27, 2015

Sunday, October 11, 2015

Postcard #68: Painter of Light

Sent via postcrossing to plp

I hope I never reach a point when I would rather get an unadulterated postcard than exchange words however vapid with another human being.  I will be happy to hear why postcards without any correspondence  possess value.  Postcards...without writing being sent in envelopes.  What's the point.  If you want a bunch of images on card stock...just surf the net an put them on shutterfly and be done with it.  Cut out the middleman.  But until then...send me your cards and your writings.

Saturday, October 10, 2015

Postcard #67: Shooter

Original Card:
Stamp: George Washington U.S. Postage 5¢
Original Postmark: GORHAM, NH 03581 May 4 PM 1971
Addressed to: Mrs. D.M Baker of Peterboro, NH
(top reads above caption) Really cold scene on card.
Hi There, 
Just sent to Bos. for camera strap. THey will call home if not in stock at this time. Should come soon. Working hard. I am the Pinkham "Don Kent" for a few days. No good at predictions.  Bye-Bye. 

Sent via Postcrossing to Aisya

Tuesday, October 6, 2015

Postcard #66: Resignations

This is the first postcrossing card that the person has specifically asked for me to mail the postcard in an envelope.  I still don't know how I feel about that.  Seems a little...strange. Like being asked to go on a trip but I would have to wear a blindfold until I reached my destination. Godspeed little postcard.  This one is heading to Russia.