This letter has archaeology stamps! Yay :D It’s for my friend Barbara in Germany.
This is somewhat of an mail experiment for Julie M in the US. I hope it will reach her without problems.
I have two penpals named Julie living in the US, and this is for the other Julie :) I hope she likes jellyfish as much as I do.
And lastly a letter for Katrin in Germany. There is a chance she will visit me this summer :O The hype is real!
These two envelopes have gone to Toshiko in Japan.
Here’s another letter that’s headed to Japan, but this time to my penpal Yukari.
A long overdue letter to my friend Yoshi in Austria.
Three of these letters happened to end up with a magnolia stamp (the pink flower). The city I live in has quite a few magnolia trees, and it’s beautiful when they bloom in spring. I’m looking forward to get this winter over with <3
Yesterday I went to the post office to pick up a package and send off some letters. The lady behind the counter was super sweet and complimented my envelopes :D
I noticed that they had a new design of stamps, so I had to buy them. One of the stamps has a baby dinosaur on it! :O <3
Here they are! The theme is “objects in Naturhistoriska Riksmuseet” (National Natural History Museum).
And this is what was in my package! New gel pens :D Sarasa Clip 0.5. I have never used these pens before, but someone recommended them on Instagram, and I thought they looked really pretty, so of course I had to buy them. Also, my favourite colours of the gel pens I have at home have ran out, so I needed a refill. I love them and can’t wait to write letters with them. The colours are great, and they write very smoothly.
The title of the blog post is from this fun envelop that I received from my dear friend Julie M in USA. I have yet to reply to this letter, but I will soon :)
These to gorgeous envelopes are form Naoko in Japan. I especially like the second one that has som sort of shiny fibers in it. I have no clue what it is, but it’s pretty! :)
This lovely autumn postcard was sent to me from Sacco in Japan.
And this letter is from Yukari, also in Japan.