At the beginning of the year I started requesting train postcards and people I’ve never met from around the world came through. I couldn’t even get all 37 of the cards in the picture! I still get cards that I like (trees and someone sent me a beautiful one of wine glasses yesterday) but Gage LOVES to check the mailbox everyday for train cards. That Thomas box in the picture is here he keeps them now, but I’m looking for a way to showcase them. It’s a great way to talk about different places and to use our globe.
I’ve received a total of 306 postcards from around the world in the 2+ years I’ve been a member of Postcrossing. AND as you will see a few fellow book bloggers made Gage’s day too, Mouse alone has sent 4. I wish we could get those two together for a playdate 🙂 Let’s take a closer look at Gage’s train…
8-from Grandma& Grandpa, 9-Taiwan, 10-England, 11-Netherlands, 12-Germany, 13-Australia, 14-Germany, 15-Canada
16-Great Britain, 17-Russia, 18-California, 19-Germany, 20-Pennsylvania, 21-Germany, 22-Minnesota
29-Latvia, 30-Japan, 31-Mouse from California, 32-California, 33-Ohio, 34-Germany
35-Taiwan, 36-Canada, 37-Virginia
Do you have a favorite? My two favorites are 11 & 14. If you are out and about and see a train postcard I hope you’ll consider putting it in the mail for Gage! Which reminds me that we need to get something in the mail for Mouse 🙂