Comment: Thank you for the old postcard, I love it! I just recently found an old postcard from when i lived in Charleston, SC in a box of photos. Im not sure where it came from or how long I've had it, but it was a nice find. :)
Comment: Dear Karen, Thank you for the lovely Claude Monet Vase of Flowers, very interesting indeed. It is displayed at the Courtauld Institute Galleries in London, never heart of but I think I will visit it now one day. I go to London every January with my mother, and I love it! Greetings, Marianne
Comment: I LOVE the notebook! I don't blame you, I wouldn't have picked up the Jonas Brothers one either! I haven't had a chance to sit down and read it yet, but I'm looking forward to once things slow down here a bit!
Response: glad you like it! and i kinda miss not writing down songs while at work!
Comment: So nice to see your lovely handwriting again. And thanks for introducing me to a new artist. Really interesting. And, for some reason, I'm also quite taken with the decoratively cut edges. Thanks!
Comment: I LOVE my cowboy! Thank you so much...my favorite postcard so far! What kind of pen do you use to get such a clear, thin line? Love your handwriting!
Response: i'm not sure which pen i used. one kind is sakura pigma micron, another is by martha stewart. and a 3rd fave is hi-tec-c, a pilot pen i get at jetpens.com. if interested, email me and i can send you the link. i love to order from them. $25 of product bought, and you get free shipping!
glad you liked the cowboy!
Comment: I love this postcard!!! Thank you so so much!!
Response: very glad you like it! i read profiles before picking out a card (both here and at postcrossing), so sending out a card can take me 20 minutes! and i was glad to send it in an envelope for you.
Comment: thanks! living in maine you get the full four seasons, too. i've lived in maine all my life so i can't say that i love it. haha. but i'd probably get sick of summer all the time, too. so i suppose this is a happy medium. =P
Comment: Hello from Sydney / Bonjour de Sydney â€¨â€¨Many thanks for the great IOWA postcard which has reach me today.
I would love to swap cards with you sometime, so if interested contact me DIRECT at my Email here [email protected]
If you want to see some great postcards, you can have a look at my website where I have more than 1000 different cards for swap (or for sale) on subject/theme such as UNESCO World Heritage sites, Map of rare countries and islands, Pacific Islands, Lighthouse, Stadium, Airport, Cruise Ship & Navy Ships, Railway, Library, Building, Temple, Animals and lot moreâ€¦
The link to my website is: http://postcard.pics-sydney.com.au
Iâ€™m also interested into getting some digital photos of USA (and other countries you might visited and taken some digital photos off) lighthouses and/or UNESCO World Heritage site to make into new postcardsâ€¦ if you think you can help with this project Email me at [email protected] (or would like more info / we are â€œpayingâ€ the photographer for photos we can use with some FREE postcards of your choiceâ€¦)
Please do check this cool Yahoo group for postcard collector and join the group if you think you can expend you postcard collection with usâ€¦
Laurent from Down-Under
Comment: Thank you very much for the lighthouse PC! I really like the reflection of the lighthouse in the water.
We didn't have snow during Thanksgiving, but we sure do now. The joys of lake effect snow.
Comment: Hello Karen- Thank you for the wonderful card of the Corn Palace. I have never seen the Corn Palace, but it something I definitely want to see sometime in my life. In a few years my husband and I will be able to do more traveling, so this is definitely a trip possibility. Best wishes, Debbie Christian
Response: SD has plenty to see! the western side of the state is beautiful! we came out here on a road trip in 2003, and moved here in 2005!
Comment: Thanks for the card! I've heard of the Corn Palace, but never been there and not even sure what the building is used for (I'll have to look it up!). I take it the place still looks the same? Now I have been to the Wall Drug and remember that as a lot of fun.
Comment: I love this North Dakota windmill! :-) but the envelope with the Corn Palace ... OH MY GOODNESS! The mythical Corn Palace! Did you know I got a comment on one of my Corn Palace posts on my blog from the South Dakota tourist board? They encourage me to visit :-) Thank you very, very much for this envelope of goodness. Some are going to end up in Orphaned Postcard Project, which is what I was hoping for when I joined the swap.
Response: sorry! i'll send out the 5 tomorrow. this is what i get for trying to do swaps when i'm sick. let me know when you get the cards, ok?
Comment: What a great pc! I love that there is measurements of the different parts of the faces...puts things really into perspective! I did get to see Mt. Rushmore quite a few years ago with my mom and my 3 kids (they were MUCH younger) and I remember just being in awe of most of that part of the country. One day, i'd like to go back now that I don't have to hear "mom, gotta pee, mom, i'm bored, mom mom mom mom"