MY ADDRESS RECENTLY CHANGED. IF YOU RECEIVE ONE OF MY TRAVELING POSTCARDS OR MAILART COLLABORATIONS, PLEASE MESSAGE ME FOR NEW ADDRESS. THANK YOU!
UPDATE: November 2020 - I moved, very suddenly, to care for ailing parents. I have updated my address and my mail forward will be active through Nov 2021.
I have dropped all swaps except the traveling postcard swaps, the two I am hosting. I will jump back in to exchanges once I am settled.
There will be a lot of traveling (a distance of 90 miles, one way) for some time as my daughters and grandchildren still live in my former town. Please be kind. I may be posting mail from blue boxes (public mailboxes, not directly at the post office), so postmarks may not match sent date.
BACK TO OUR REGULAR SCHEDULED PROGRAMMING
I took a long hiatus, but back pretty much just for the postcards and mailart. No preferences on postcard themes, but I do love a nice message on the back and lovely postage. Need a prompt? How do you organize your books?
I do not appreciate religious messages, of any sort. Please save them for someone who will enjoy them.
Interests include cross stitch, mailart, cats, vegetarian eating, progressive politics and humanist philosophy. I also enjoy art journaling. 💜And the color purple 💜 I like all colors though and you should always feel free to express your art in any color you like.
I recently did a high ropes obstacle course with my grandkids. I thought I was afraid of heights, but turns out I am not. It included some truly terrifying obstacles, like walking across vertically hung logs at 20 feet, but I kept up great with my grandkids and loved every minute, especially zip lining! I’d love to hear from other over 60 folk who enjoy challenging their physical abilities and fears.
My profile is thin, but I’ve had a rough 5 years and still getting to know the me that has emerged
My favorite book is All the Names by Jose Saramago. Favorite movie, The Ghost and Mrs Muir, and I am quite fond of the superhero genre. TV interests include Doctor Who, anything with Tim Gunn, the British sewing and baking shows, Good Omens, and the old Dick Van Dyke Show. If I had a million dollars I would start a postal related business that I’ve been thinking about for more than a decade.
I am very fond of hedgehogs.
My mottos, both original to my imagination, are “my stationery is not stationary,” and “inked mail, not linked mail.”
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