Swap-bot Time: March 23, 2017 7:03 pm


Date Joined: January 10, 2016
Last Online: March 23, 2017
Birthday: June 30
Country: United States
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About Me

NOTE (3/16/17): I will be visiting family overseas through the first week of April and am thus scaling back on swaps. I will be starting my Write_On 30 Letters in 30 Days Challenge abroad and look forward to resuming swapping in earnest when I return :)

(I am catching up on rating and have been sending my most recent swaps on time, as usual, as I try to get my ducks in a row for this trip.)

In less happy news, my curious darling Kuting has been missing for over a week now. She is 'chipped, and I have been diligently scouring the neighborhood, visiting shelters online and in person, and praying my furbaby will find her way back home.

music student. singer. bookworm. paper aficionado. stamp collector (to use, not so much to keep :) journaler. tea drinker. runner. Zumba! instructor. history buff. cat mom (or "hu-mom" or "meow-my") to two affectionate, amusing lovely ladies (Kuting, or "little cat" in Tagalog, an expressive-eyed, winsome grey and white shorthair and Uling, or "charcoal," her owl-eyed, talkative black cat daughter). thursday's child. New Yorker at heart/soul. Wanderlust-stricken!

My username is a combination of the title of one of my favorite novels, Donna Tartt's The Goldfinch, and "Meadowlark," one of Patti LuPone's signature songs from the ill-fated Stephen Schwartz musical, The Baker's Wife.

I enjoy sending and receiving mail (proud Letter Writers Alliance Member) and hope to preserve and rekindle this art! I came to Swap-Bot via Postcrossing and like both. I love stationery, 0.6 mm Gelly Roll pens (and pens in general!), washi tape, and stamps.

I would be a Ravenclaw (and at Ilvermorny, Thunderbird), and my Amortentia would smell like freshly sharpened pencils, that endearing "book smell," a warm fire, a crisp fall afternoon, two-by-fours and stage make-up, and Quelques Fleurs.

I have a weakness for Bullseye's Playground at Target (a.k.a. the $1-3 treasure trove) and Dollar Tree, and I recently rediscovered the embarrassment of riches at Hobby Lobby. I recently traded my Birchbox subscription for Pipsticks, and I don't regret it at all -- if you are curious, message me for a $5 discount code for your first month! :D

I pledge...

I aim to send postcards the day (or day after) partners are assigned and certainly by the send-by date. I hit "send" once I drop my mail in my personal box -- pick-up is anytime between 10 AM-4 PM on weekdays and around 4 PM CST on Saturdays.

There is also a local postbox whose contents are collected at 1 PM weekdays and 12 PM Saturdays, but this does not guarantee a postmark from that day (especially if a swap send-by date is on the weekend). "Last call" at my local post office is 5 PM weekdays. I am not a flake, and in the event of tardiness, I will communicate.

I will never rate someone down if he/she/they take/s the time to let me know that the swap they're sending me will be late before the send-by date, and I hope others will do the same for me!

I love the "Aha!" moment when I think of just the right card/stamp/s to select based on a partner's profile, unless that member doesn't list interests/likes or requests a surprise.

If you do not receive something from me within a reasonable amount of time (please allow for seasonal delays and/or international transit, which, from my Postcrossing experience, can be between 1-3+ weeks), please let me know before giving me a poor rating; I would be happy to re-send. I seriously have had nightmares of receiving a 1. Thank you :)

I pride myself on taking time to ensure each swap has adequate (if not more, if I want to use a specific image/stamp) postage and hope my partners do the same.

If you have not been rated, I have not yet received your swap, and I look forward to reading/seeing/opening your happy mail!

Favorite Music

Favorite artists include (I understand that the following musicians could fit under multiple categories, but in the interest of organization... :)

Popular: Vampire Weekend (seen twice, met once; they were generous and gentlemanly), HAIM, Ra Ra Riot, The 1975, BØRNS, Grimes, Baio, St. Vincent, Flight of the Conchords (7/11/16 was one of the funniest, best concerts ever -- my face and throat hurt from smiling, laughing, and whooping so much!), Gotye, Kimbra, Clean Bandit, Lady Gaga, Nellie McKay, Jenny Lewis, Rilo Kiley, Goldfrapp, Jon Brion, Sara Bareilles (especially her What's Inside: Songs from Waitress), Ingrid Michaelson, Keane, Michelle Branch, Natalie Imbruglia, Garbage, Duncan Sheik, Lisa Loeb, Shania Twain, "Weird Al" Yankovic (one of the best concerts I've ever attended!), Kylie Minogue, Amy Grant, Kate Bush, Olivia Newton John, The B-52s, Sérgio Mendes + Brasil '66, Carpenters, The Beatles, Hall & Oates, Ella Fitzgerald, and anything that I could teach in my Zumba class!

Musical theatre: Lea Salonga, Judy Kuhn, Julie Andrews, Liz and Ann Callaway, Sutton Foster, Kelli O'Hara, Patti LuPone, Victoria Mallory, Karen Ziemba, Karen Mason, Emily Skinner and Alice Ripley, Laura Benanti, Laura Michelle Kelly, Kerry Butler, Krysta Rodriguez, Anna Kendrick, Annaleigh Ashford, Jessie Mueller, Laura Osnes, Celia Keenan-Bolger, Lindsay Mendez, Phillipa Soo, Doretta Morrow, Ruthie Henshall, Gavin Creel, Danny Burstein, James Matthew Thomas, Santino Fontana, Adam J. Kantor, Roger Bart, Seth Rudetsky, Zachary Levi, Daveed Diggs, and Christopher Jackson

Classical/opera/early music: Emma Kirkby (especially with Judith Nelson, wow!), Madeline Kahn, Ileana Cotrubaș, Kiri Te Kanawa, Arleen Augér, Kathleen Battle, Frederica von Stade, Susan Graham, Laura Claycomb, Joyce DiDonato, Diana Damrau, Isabel Bayrakdarian, Heidi Stober, Angela Mortellaro, Ava Pine, Judith Blegen, Judith Raskin, Lucia Popp, Fritz Wunderlich, Juan Diego Flórez, Anonymous 4, The Choir of Trinity College, Cambridge (especially under Richard Marlow's direction)

Composers: early music in general, Biber, Lassus, Byrd, Tallis, Gibbons, Scarlatti (Alessandro and Domenico), Bach, Handel, Haydn, Mozart, Schubert, Donizetti, Mendelssohn, Schumann (both Clara and Robert), Brahms, Gilbert & Sullivan, Victorian Anglican repertoire, Fauré, Debussy, Ravel, Stravinsky, Tchaikovsky, R. Strauss, Sibelius, Satie, Porter, Boulanger, Gershwin, Les Six, Rodgers & Hammerstein, Shostakovich, Bernstein, Rorem, Sondheim, Hamlisch, Schwartz, Ahrens & Flaherty, (Jason Robert) Brown

Favorite Books

I am usually into biography, history, and literary fiction, but I am making an effort to incorporate other genres, like short story, poetry, and drama. I do enjoy historical fiction, except I often find myself taking breaks to learn more about the real-life figures and/or eras as well as pick apart what is fact from dramatic license or speculation.

I usually like to read something completely different from my last book, but sometimes I read several books related to a specific period (like reading the intriguing Frederic Morton's Thunder at Twilight: Vienna 1913/1914 and Simon Winder's Danubia in succession when I was on a Habsburg empire kick last fall).

Favorite authors include Donna Tartt, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Edith Wharton, Margaret Mitchell, Anthony Doerr, Ray Bradbury, E.L. Konigsburg, Margaret Atwood, Aldous Huxley, Orson Scott Card (Ender's Game blew my mind, so very good and cautionary), Evelyn Waugh, Erik Larson, Amor Towles, and Frederic Morton.

I am obsessed with the iconic Penguin Classic paperback covers and well-designed covers in general.

Favorite Movies

Anything Wes Anderson, especially Rushmore, The Royal Tenenbaums, and The Grand Budapest Hotel; The Handmaiden (so artfully done, gripping, and surprising -- the 2.5 hours zipped past, and I was genuinely invested in both the titular handmaiden Tamako and her lady/mistress Hideko); The Lobster (wonderfully droll dystopian black comedy); Paterson; Carol (even though I was disappointed that certain details were altered/conflated/eliminated, it was a beautifully made, exquisite film that captured the spirit of Ms. Highsmith's The Price of Salt); Crimson Peak (more for the production/costume design and the cast than the plot); Populaire (I love the setting, colors, fashion, music, the chemistry between Romain Duris and Déborah François, and the dreamy vintage typewriters!); Mood Indigo (although it is tragic); Only Lovers Left Alive (so dreamily languid and just plain cool; I wish I had Tilda/Eve's ability to speedread and likely retain many languages); Star Trek Into Darkness; Black Swan (I just wish there had been more dancing featured -- I know it was more about Nina's psychological breakdown -- and behind-the-scenes content on the DVD/BluRay); The King's Speech; Enchanted; Bridget Jones's Diary: The Edge of Reason; Iron Jawed Angels; Bridget Jones's Diary; My Big Fat Greek Wedding; Amélie; Down With Love; Lost in Translation; Chicago; Center Stage; Zoolander (both of those two are guilty pleasures... I've seen them so many times I can recite the dialogue); You've Got Mail; The Parent Trap (1998 Nancy Meyers-directed remake); Home Alone 2: Lost in New York; Home Alone; Beauty and the Beast (the 1991 Oscar-nominated Disney animated version); When Harry Met Sally; Valmont; Moonstruck; Heathers; 9 to 5; Star Wars (especially A New Hope, The Empire Strikes Back, Return of the Jedi, and Rogue One -- I hadn't expected that last one to be as heartrending and emotional, and I don't think I've cried as much during a Star Wars film!); The Slipper and the Rose; Young Frankenstein; The Sound of Music; Gypsy; Inside Daisy Clover; An Affair to Remember; An American in Paris; Singin' in the Rain; Gone With the Wind.

I also aspire to watch more of the Criterion Collection (and wish that more films came with such comprehensive extras :)

Favorite contemporary film actresses include Helen Mirren, Cate Blanchett, Meryl Streep, Sally Field, Anjelica Huston, Stockard Channing, Viola Davis, Alicia Vikander, Jennifer Lawrence, Jessica Chastain, Rachel McAdams, Felicity Jones, Renée Zellweger, Amy Ryan, Amy Adams, Melissa McCarthy, Léa Seydoux, Sarah Paulson, and Tilda Swinton.

Favorite actors include Tom Hiddleston, Oscar Isaac, Diego Luna, Idris Elba, Benedict Cumberbatch, Zachary Quinto, Ben Stiller, Owen Wilson, Ben Whishaw, Alan Tudyk (K-2SO!), Christian Bale, Kevin Spacey, Colin Firth, and Gene Wilder (rest in peace).

Favorite Television

Comedy: Who's the Boss? (for the palpable love among the cast/family, Angela's amazing wardrobe and coifs in and out of the office, and of course, the sweet, sexy, smart dynamic between Tony Danza and Judith Light)

Drama: Mad Men (on the surface, it's design porn, but I like its melodrama and intersection with history and Peggy Olson's ascent)

Other favorites: Bob's Burgers (recently finished binge-watching -- where has it been all my life?! I identify with Louise's feistiness, Linda's exuberance and tendency to break into song, and Tina's quiet, awkward intensity and proclivity for looking for love in all the wrong places XD), White Collar (I always knew about it but only recently finished the series for the first time -- wow! I love the father-son/brotherly dynamic between Neal and Peter, the chemistry of the cast, art-centric cases, NYC setting, the revolving door of Broadway familiar faces), Veep (ahhh, brilliant, if colorful fun... poor Jonah and Richard... but I am a little sad after this most recent season and eager to see how the gang will adapt in the next), Crazy Ex-Girlfriend (I knew about this but am finally getting into it... the variety and quality of musical parodies as well as Rachel Bloom's versatility are amazing), Flight of the Conchords, Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt (Ellie Kemper and Tituss Burgess are comedic gold), Parks & Recreation, 30 Rock, Ugly Betty, The Office, Arrested Development, Crossing Jordan (excellent chemistry among the cast, and the re-enactments were mesmerizing), Legends of the Hidden Temple (bless Kirk Fogg's jokes and passive-aggressive shade-throwing and Dee Baker's voiceover work as Olmec and the historical figures in the legends), Clarissa Explains It All (her quirky, edgy fashion sense and hilarious video games), The Magic School Bus (the beginning of my admiration of Lily Tomlin), Bill Nye the Science Guy, Reading Rainbow, Designing Women (Julia "The Terminator" Sugarbaker forever! rest in peace, Ms. Carter), I Dream of Jeannie, Bewitched, I Love Lucy, Dancing with the Stars (American version -- Derek Hough and Witney Carson are my favorite pros for their innovative, imaginative choreography and ability to bring out the best in their partners), Smash (mostly because it featured many familiar musical theatre faces :), Castle, Sherlock (BBC), Endeavour, Grantchester, Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries, Mr. Selfridge, House of Cards (American version; I am currently watching To Play the King, although Bob's Burgers has taken precedence :), Law & Order: SVU (especially back when Stephanie March, Judith Light, Diane Neal, Christopher Meloni, Richard Belzer, and Dann Florek were still part of the cast :)

Favorite Theatre

Musicals/operettas: Hamilton, Waitress, American Psycho (Broadway and London; I am still hoping for an Original Broadway Cast Recording), She Loves Me (2016 revival), Fun Home, Pippin (2013 revival), Nice Work If You Can Get it, Dogfight (I don't know why I didn't "discover" Pasek and Paul sooner... something tells me I will be shattered by Dear Evan Hansen), Spring Awakening (although the plot is quite depressing, the music is addictive), The Light in the Piazza, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee (I played Marcy Park in grad school :), Hairspray, Thoroughly Modern Millie, The Last Five Years (although I also despise the plot, the music is just so addictive), Nine, Evita, A Little Night Music, A Chorus Line, Company, Fiddler on the Roof, Kismet, Gypsy, Candide, The King and I, West Side Story, The Sound of Music, Kiss Me, Kate, Oklahoma!, Anything Goes

Plays: The Humans, The Assembled Parties, Other Desert Cities, Noises Off, Twelfth Night

Operas: Le nozze di Figaro (it was the first opera I saw in February 2001 at the Met, and it was magical -- I wanted to be Angelika Kirschlager's Cherubino or the elegant, statuesque Countess of Melanie Diener), Die Zauberflöte, Serse (Nicholas Hytner production but in original Italian ~HGO's impeccable 2010 revival), La Calisto, Rigoletto, Der Rosenkavalier

Ballet: Apollo (I am grateful to have seen it live at NYCB in the Fall 2013 season's Stravinsky & Balanchine Hear the Dance: Russia, which included Monumentum pro Gesualdo, Movements for Piano and Orchestra, Duo Concertant, and Agon, after having studied these ballets in seminar), Swan Lake, anything by Justin Peck

Postcard/Stamp Wishlist

I would love if you'd write a few lines, especially since many of us are partnered more than once. I've picked up the habit of writing the temperature and drawing the little weather icon.


  • What are you reading, listening to, watching, etc.?
  • Where are you traveling?
  • What are you doing/feeling?
  • What is your favorite dish or thing to bake/cook?
  • Favorite quotes, literary or film/television characters, historical figures
  • Pose a question you'd wish someone would ask you and answer it
  • Anything interesting you would like to share

I especially like (in no particular order)

  • historical figures
  • historical/vintage fashion, costumes, folk dress, and shoes
  • Vienna/Habsburgs
  • European dynasties
  • Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood (especially Edward Burne-Jones and William Morris!)
  • Art Nouveau, Klimt, Moser, Hoffman, Schiele, Bakst, Hoffmann
  • Art Deco, George Barbier, John Held, Jr., Sonia and Robert Delaunay
  • Maxfield Parrish
  • Pop art (especially Lichtenstein, Warhol, Thiebaud, Hopper, and Katz)
  • Elin Danielson-Gambogi
  • Old Hollywood stars (especially Gregory Peck, Cary Grant, Clark Gable, Vivien Leigh, Rita Hayworth, Hedy Lamarr, Ann Miller, Cyd Charisse, Ginger Rogers, Claudette Colbert, Lauren Bacall, Ingrid Bergman, Audrey Hepburn, Grace Kelly, Natalie Wood, Judy Garland, Deborah Kerr)
  • Wes Anderson films/characters (especially Rushmore, The Royal Tenenbaums, and The Grand Budapest Hotel)
  • Madeline Kahn
  • Who's the Boss?, Judith Light
  • Mad Men (especially Peggy Olson and Joan Holloway Harris)
  • Beatrix Potter (especially Peter Rabbit)
  • Harold and the Purple Crayon, Madeline (or other Ludwig Bemelmans illustrations), Le Petit Prince, Babar
  • Roger Hargreaves's Little Miss and Mr. Men series
  • Alice in Wonderland (original John Tenniel illustrations, Disney, or other)
  • Edward Gorey
  • Kiki's Delivery Service, Totoro, Princess Mononoke
  • Sailor Moon (anime or manga (especially Sailor Mercury and Sailor Saturn)
  • Revolutionary Girl Utena, Inuyasha, Card Captor Sakura, Hamtaro
  • Beauty and the Beast, Sleeping Beauty, The Little Mermaid, Aladdin, The Lion King, Pocahontas, The Hunchback of Notre Dame, Hercules, Mulan, Tarzan, The Princess and the Frog, Brave, Tangled
  • Chip 'n' Dale Rescue Rangers
  • The Incredibles (especially Elastigirl and Edna Mode)
  • Jetoy/Choo Choo Cats (especially the "art"/painting-inspired ones, like The Arnolfini Portrait, Mona Lisa, The Birth of Venus, and Portrait of the Infanta Margarita Aged Five :)
  • Pusheen
  • Domo-Kun
  • Sherlock (BBC), Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries, Grantchester, Endeavour, Mr. Selfridge
  • Vampire Weekend, HAIM, Ra Ra Riot, The Beatles, Carpenters, Hall & Oates
  • ballet, tap, or any kind of dance
  • music-related (composers, performers, places/venues, instruments, etc.)
  • musical theatre and opera
  • birds (especially owls, ducks, and swans)
  • foxes, ferrets, otters, Corgis
  • manatees
  • tea, macaron-related, pie, chocolate cake
  • books, literature, authors, writers, calligraphy
  • beautiful landscapes
  • interesting architecture
  • churches, cathedrals, and basilicas (Catholic, Anglican)
  • Judaica
  • NYC/MTA Subway or any metro/rail system, trains!
  • anything unique/special to your area

(and of course, anything listed above in my interests)

I also enjoy interesting, colorful postage stamps (I use stamps instead of automated postage machine labels, if possible). I prefer naked postcards but am not against envelopes -- I send my postcards naked or in an envelope depending on each recipient's preference.

English is my native language, but I wouldn't mind receiving postcards in French (fluent/studied for 6 years), German (2 years), Italian (1 year), or Tagalog.

Other Likes

I collect The Lights of Broadway Show Cards (I helped research and write the Spring and Autumn 2016 collections!) and more recently, Funko Mystery Minis: Disney Princess (missing Flounder, Cogsworth, Rajah, and Frog Prince Naveen) and Alice Through the Looking Glass (missing White Queen, smiling Mad Hatters, Alice in Eastern-inspired garb, and Cheshire Cat).

I also collect journals and notebooks, it seems ^_^;; I counted how many I have "waiting in the wings," and I have 40+. I pick them up at bookstores, museum gift stores, stationers, etc. and use them eventually.

  • unused vintage postage
  • stationery (letter paper/envelopes)
  • washi tape
  • cute, clever greeting cards (especially Hello!Lucky, Rifle Paper Co., Ladyfingers Letterpress, Red Cap, Hammerpress, Benchpressed)
  • pens, especially Gelly Roll 0.6 mm (black or Moonlight series, especially blue)
  • plastic or metal Japanese pencil caps (to prevent points from breaking in your pencil/zippercase :)
  • kawaii (especially Kutusita Nyanko and Shinzi Katoh)
  • Sanrio (especially Hello Kitty, Keroppi, Pekkle, Pom Pom Purin, Badtz Maru, and Gudetama)
  • Jetoy anything
  • bookmarks
  • stickers
  • Flow Magazine and/or any pages/papers/tags/enclosures


  • violence
  • gore
  • anything scary
  • occult
  • clowns (although I do like commedia dell'arte :)
  • cigarette smoke
  • Pokémon Go (I played Pokémon Blue Version on GameBoy Pocket and the card game in the 90s, and that is enough for me)
  • misspelling (stationery includes envelopes; stationary means affixed :) and poor grammar (should have; a lot; lack of commas in direct address; don't even get me started on it's and its or they're, there, and their :(
  • commentless rating -- it takes a few seconds to type something liked about a swap; I enjoy answering questions/topics that my partners mentioned in their (post)cards or other notes
  • flavored teas
  • coconut
  • licorice (black or red) and anise
  • rayon
  • holding hands during the Lord's Prayer


squince rated for WIYM: Funny cat postcard on Mar 22, 2017
Comment: Love love love it!
EmilyT rated for ART PC #10 SOMEONE READING on Mar 21, 2017
Comment: Fantastic pc! I have this set too and I love them! It's nice to receive it rather than having to send them all away!
Eclectonote rated for SC PC Mar 17 on Mar 19, 2017
Comment: Nice map postcard of New Orleans, and as always I loved the address side, with the Louisiana stamp, coffee washi, and your favorite NOLA coffee houses.
brooklynbunch rated for Postcrossing Obsessed?! 34 on Mar 19, 2017
Comment: Love the Marx Brothers--you have great printing. You also fit a whole lot on a card--cool stamps, also. Thanks a lot. Susan (brooklynbunch)
Sabbe77 rated for SC PC Mar 17 on Mar 18, 2017
Comment: I just can't get enough of your lovely pcs! :) Love the way you use numerous stamps, washi and stickers! And the artistic handwriting ♡ Thank you 😊
SunTradeToo rated for Chunk O Cardboard - Mar 2017 on Mar 17, 2017
Comment: Thank you ❤¸♥♪♫*¨*•.¸¸❤ Love the stamps!
Marl33n rated for 3 Things in an Envie INTL #1 on Mar 17, 2017
Comment: Thank you so much for the lovely things. Love that you even added extras! And thank you for the compliment, very sweet :D
astrodogg rated for FREE/AD #10 OVERSIZED on Mar 17, 2017
Comment: Thanks for the postcard! I like how you added your own space to write me. :D
Comment: Thank you for the Twiggy card, and the amazing selection of stamps! Frida, Amidala and the brand new Oscar de la Renta, wow! Your postcards are works of art :D
LadySunshine rated for Animal Washi Tape Swap on Mar 16, 2017
Comment: Thank you for all the washi and extra! Love it :)
Comment: Thank you for the wonderful card and all the great stamps, especially the Curious George one!
newrule rated for Cat postcards in an envelope on Mar 15, 2017
Comment: Thanks so much for the cute cat cards! Loved them!
Judykkm rated for Postcrossing Obsessed?! 34 on Mar 14, 2017
Comment: Thank you for the postcard! I love halloween themed ones :) I give my cat a big hugs...sometimes he likes it, sometimes he doesn't... LOL But they are so soft and squeezable. I can't help myself :)
lawchick rated for Color Call BLACK&WHITE Mail Swap on Mar 14, 2017
Comment: Whoa. I'm stunned by everything from your philately to your penmanship. I'm so happy you joined my silly little swap and thankful for every bit of your black and white mailing. Someday I'll figure out how to away a million hearts. Till then, I'm pretty sure I'm going to put the envelope you sent into a shadowbox. :)
Ruthless rated for Five things that make me happy #22 on Mar 13, 2017
Comment: Thanks for the very awesome postcard and things that make you happy! Your stamps were great as was the very very very cool lettering! You made my day! great swap!
Jsereg001 rated for Lots of Mail: Naked Postcard #2 on Mar 13, 2017
Comment: Thanks!
CarrieB rated for Lots of Mail: Naked Postcard #2 on Mar 13, 2017
Comment: Thank you for the lovely PC!
Zefaniya rated for What are your goals this week? #5 on Mar 13, 2017
Comment: Your trip sounds like a lot of fun!
Babsmomof5 rated for SC PC Mar 17 on Mar 13, 2017
Comment: You seriously deserve so many hearts for this! It's such a unique postcard, and so perfect...then you added cat washi, PUSHEEN, and Jetoy stickers AND a Dr.Seuss and T.S. Eliot stamp...I mean, really...this was crazy awesome! Thank you! ❤️💙💜💛💚

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Soph on Mar 1, 2017:

What a surprise! Today I received your bonus card from "Postcard Roulette - Round 2" which you mailed in December 2016! Thank you so much for the lovely card, various beautiful Christmas stamps and your good wishes. All the best to you, too.

simcoe54 on Feb 24, 2017:

Thanks for all the lovely items for the Pom Pom Purin Mini-Giveaway. You made my mail day.

bblue on Feb 23, 2017:

Thank you so much for the RAK of Pompompurin tags. They're adorable, as is the cloud envelope and everything else you sent!

LMeowkin on Feb 18, 2017:

Thank you SO much for such a lovely RAK! I appreciate everything you sent, and also the letter! Thanks for sharing a memory with me!

KSENiA on Feb 18, 2017:

Thank you for the lovely postcard. I always loved Blue Rider group paintings. But you're right id does look like unicorn :D Thank you for choosing to send the extra card to me <3

ReadMoreBooks33 on Feb 7, 2017:

theevidenceisme on Feb 5, 2017:

Thank you for the icons of style book cover postcard! I always enjoy seeing something come from you. You're unique writing is always a dead give away.

abbyaguas on Jan 14, 2017:

Oh and I know you are Ate Avi, but calling you Ate Faith makes me remember a very nice classmate of mine who is very sweet.

LOL for the endearment....

Say hello to Uling and Kuting for me...

abbyaguas on Jan 14, 2017:

Dear Ate Faith,

As always, I was very very much surprised to receive a lovely card from you! You had all those LOVE STamps! Oh heart! Adorable washi tape, and colored pens! The card is also a keeper as it portrays hearts :))

I hope you had a great 2016 :) Looking forward that you'll have a blessed 2017 ^^ Hihi!

Salamat ng madami :D God bless


Monastelar on Jan 10, 2017:

what can i say? THANK YOU!!!! for this unassigned PC in #pc roulette. I love the PC, the stamps, washi tape and specially your handwritting.... IS GEORGEOUS!!!! Thanks a lot really, really!!! <3<3<3<3<3<3<3

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