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.
This envelope had a piece of nonsense in it, and I sent it to my BFF Cecilia here in Sweden.
This is a reply to one of the letters Katrin from Germany has sent me.
These two letters were for my friend Naoko in Japan.
I noticed as I uploaded these pictures that I have used the mushroom stamps for three of the envelopes. I really love these stamps that were released last autumn! I hope they will come up with something pretty again soon, because I think the last few stamp designs have been really boring. Just wanted to file that complaint in this not very official forum.
2016! New year, new possibilities. Looking back on 2015 I must say I’ve been a pretty shitty (pardon) penpal during the last year, and now I will make it my goal to change that for 2016. 2015 was very busy for me, and maybe 2016 will be too, but with some good strategies my penpalling might still work out. I might for example ask a few of my penpals if they’re alright with writing shorter letters. Better than no letter, right? So anyway, I’ve spent a couple of days writing replies to a few of the letters in my pile this weekend. I still have a lot of letters left to reply to, but I will get there soon (I hope :)
Since I haven’t been writing much I have also neglected my blog. Seriously, last entry is October 10? Hehe… Oops. Well, hopefully I’ll keep this place a bit more busy once I get back into my letter writing shoes. Not literally. I don’t have shoes like that. Sorry.
Without further ado – incoming mail:
A super cool 3D dinosaur postcard from Frida from our neighbouring country Norway!
These two envelopes are form my very good friend Katrin from Germany.
Toshiko in Japan sent me a letter and Christmas mail :)
These pretty envelopes are from Toshiko in Japan :)
And this adorable thing is from Julie in Canada.
Another Julie, in the USA this time, sent me this awesome Jackalope post card :)
Katy in the UK sent me a summery envelope.