Lots of cards this week!
The train postcard is from Jessica in Great Britain and had a gorgeous train stamp with Union Jack that you can only get at the National Railway Museum in York. Very cool.
The van postcard is from Matthias in Germany who loves to goes to the movies. The Lord of the Rings trilogy is his favorite. Can’t disagree with him there.
The koala postcard comes from Pamela in Australia who sys she will send a train postcard later if she finds one 🙂
The cute kitten came from Doris in Germany and this is what she wrote, “This postcard says ‘The biggest power in the world is the Pianissimo!’ Hopefully some presidents in the world will realize that! Well, at least this postcard is still allowed to come into your country without being asked for passwords… Hope for peaceful times for all countries, best wishes.” Doris and I continued to exchange a few political private messages online. She encouraged me to stand up, protest any way I can, because the rest of the world is watching. Powerful stuff coming from a stranger.
The one with the woman in a field is from Taiwan. Jewel told me about the special teas thy make there, oolong being one of my favorites.
The pretty mountain view with water came from Joey in Western Norway. A favorite book of hers is I Heard the Owl Call My Name by Margaret Craven.
I added the van to my window that started out as a miscellaneous collection of cards that I liked. It turned out the right side is now the graphic side since I had so many.
I’m not putting up every card I receive. Of those six from last week I only added the van and the train and cat went to Gage’s collection. The rest of the cards are in the box on top of the trunk.
6 thoughts on “Postcarding my wall, it gets political”
The postcarding doesn’t interest me. But I still think it’s a very cool thing to do.
I love seeing your postcards. Such a beautiful thing to do. Thanks for sharing!!!
Wise words from your German penpal.
Is this postcrossing. I did this and loved it but I ran out of postcards and stopped. I need to find postcards that depicts my arwa
Yes, Pam, it’s postcrossing. I do a little happy dance whenever I see postcards 🙂 I usually buy about 10 whenever I se them and I’ve built up a box to choose from.
Thank you for sharing, Stacy. I love seeing and hearing about all the postcards you receive. It’s always interesting to get input from other countries about how they view our country–or what is happening here. Even if right now the views are pretty negative (from inside too).