Good day good folks!
I have a few mail pieces (and other stuff) to show you from the last few days, and if you scroll through the whole blog post I will also show you a Swedish mail delivery bike. How exciting isn’t that? ;)
Yesterday I got this wonderful mail piece from Nadine in Germany! I had been drooling over field notes because of a conversation about them in the LEP facebook group, and the fellow LEP memberer Nadine was super über kind and sent me one! And look at that extraordinary cool postcard! :D Love it! Thank you so much Nadine!
And this is what I did to that notebook. I spent the whole evening carefully covering the whole thing with washi tape and stickers, and writing down my penpals addresses in there. I really needed an address book, so here it is! I will also try to write down blogs and birthdays and other important stuff that I am just horrible at memorizing.
Yesterday I also got a letter from Tanya in the US. Thank you, your letters are always so fun and colourful! I’m working on those friendship books right now ;)
And as you can see I also got two beautiful postcard from my secret admirer. I especially love the one with the stained glass (and yes, that’s what it is!). I have actually been in this church, and that makes this postcard extra special! It’s from the Bern Cathedral. I remember that it has a .g.o.r.g.e.u.o.s. marble Pieta that made a huge impression on me.
Today I found this lovely something in my mailbox. It took me a while to notice that it had a Swedish stamp, but once I saw this detail I also recognized the handwriting. It’s from one of my childhood friends (we’re still friends but she lives sooo far away). It was a very nostalgic and precious set of letter paper in this package, and it really put a fat smile on my face! We need to catch up soon again Anna!
That’s the photos I have of incoming mail. I am pretty sure I should have more because I have had a great mail week, but I apparently haven’t been that busy with the camera. Up next are a few pictures of outgoing mail:
A little something for Denise.
A letter for Julie in Canada.
Okay, so I confess I’ve been online shopping again:
And I also got this vintage letter holder from etsy. It’s such a clever design, and I just love it! I’m using it for the letters that I haven’t replied to yet, so they are no longer scattered all over my desk.
Except for cool mail I also have a cool life going on (though my definition of “cool” in this context might vary slightly from yours). As some of you probably know I study historical archaeology, and these coming weeks until the summer holidays we are working in groups to research old buildings in our city. My group is researching this wonderfully cute little wooden church from the 17th century:
And now when you’ve made it through my photos and rambling I will give you the promised bike ;)