Comment: Hi Lisa,
Thank you for the nice Ukrainian banknote and the Turkish coin. The note is in much better condition than the one I had so I will be exchanging them in my collection.
Best Wishes to You,
Comment: Thanks for the cards, Lisa. I end up feeling bad you have to mail from so far away when they are North American cards! But I do really like the aerial view of Key West and that one from Mexico--so pretty! I'll have some cards coming down your way soon now too. thanks again!
Comment: Thanks for the cards, I received them :) Once I had the Texas one from "The Adventures of The Traveling Postcards" swap, I liked it so much, but it wasn't mine unfortunately... now I have it, thanks a lot! :)
Comment: Oh Lisa, those postcards are AMAZING!! My big favorite is 'Be Happy - Go LUCKY!!' Beautiful ones and super timing (never had that fast arrival from Australia until now)!!. Great swap!
Response: So happy you like them! I've had that particular card for ages and am so happy it has now found a new home. It's crazy how sometimes post is super fast and other times it's super slow, I'm thrilled that this time it was super fast. Thanks for the heart :)
Comment: Thank you very much for the beautiful Oregon postcard you sent me ... I hope to get to know Australia someday, it seems to me an amazing and beautiful place, you are very lucky to live there ... Chile is also far from everything, hahaha
Greetings from Chile!
Comment: Hi Lisa, we meet again :) Thanks so much ! I really like the street art series too. Adelaide is a great place to visit, far less traffic than Sydney or Melbourne :) I do hope maxi swaps become popular as there are so many attractive cards to swap, both local and international. I am interested to hear whether people have a preference for maxi swap "themes" or to have multiple cards and/or partners per swap. For now shall keep it simple. As an example the B&W pc swap series is simple and works well.
Response: I generally only buy maxicards when they turn out to be $2 or less each, otherwise they just get too expensive. But some of them are just awesome.
Comment: Thanks for everything you sent Lisa, it was wonderful to receive it all. I enjoyed looking through all the different cards. I can't believe how quickly it arrived! I hope mine has such a quick journey to you, but that doesn't always happen unfortunately.
Response: So happy you like them. Yes, Australia Post traveling times can be so unpredictable!
Comment: Hi Lisa! TY for the lovely Lithuania pc! It looks very pretty! Isn't it interesting that we collect pcs that we have no clue where we got them, but here we are? LOL! I have a bunch like that as I have this little problem (ok addiction) with collecting pcs! Australia is on my Bucket List, so someday... Hugs and Happy Swapping! ;)
Comment: Hi Lisa! Wow that card from Arizona arrived quickly, and it's a fun card too thanks ... oh wait, you're in Melbourne too, yay! When practically all the small number of cards I send go overseas, it *is* exciting to swap cards with a local! Raoul & Jeanette
Response: So happy to hear you like the card! When I get an Australian address I'm all "hell yeah" lol!
Comment: Thank you for full weather report. I would love to visit Australia in any kind of weather. Here, it is cold, but clear and sunny. We had snow on the weekend. Not very much, but added to what came earlier.
Response: You're welcome. I hope you get to visit Australia one day ðŸ˜Š
Comment: Hi Lisa, I got your mail today all the way from Australia which was sooo Kool but I'm sorry to say the package was damaged badly...apparently it got soaked in water. The only stuff that was saves where the pen, pencil and some of the stickers I didn't get to see the postcards they were all stuck together. But I'm really happy with the other stuff so it's ok....maybe we could again in the future....
Happy Swap Bot
Response: Oh no! I'm so disappointed to hear that. I hate when mail gets mistreated. I put so much effort into this swap :(
Thankyou for the rating :)