Swap-bot Time: April 29, 2017 10:26 am


Date Joined: May 13, 2016
Last Online: April 28, 2017
Birthday: December 11
Country: United States
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Some Notes on Swapping

Profile Overhauled and Updated in March of 2017.

UPDATE 01/11/2017: My slowdown is permanent for at least the foreseeable future. I will likely only participate in swaps relating to books and reading, as well as a few naked postcard swaps (if I remember to sign up for the ones that interest me).

UPDATE 10/28/2016: I am cutting down on swaps for the next month or so. I have two (or is it four?) book series that I really want to get caught up on and I'm finding that swaps take too much time to complete and I'm not making it through the books at a rate that makes me happy. :-( I'll still send what I have active, join a few that I really just don't want to miss, and rate as soon as I can after receiving. :-)


I pledge to ALWAYS rate. I try to rate on the same day that I receive, but sometimes it will be a day or three later.


I also pledge to always send on time, so if, for some reason, you have not received something from me, please check the swap to verify that I marked "sent" and see what date is there. If it's an e-swap, you should have a Swap-Bot Message (even if it's an e-mail Swap) from me on that date. And if it's a mail swap, and TEN days have passed and you have not yet received it, please let me know and I'll resend. (My Post Office always tells me that my international letters and packages will arrive in seven to ten days, and any U.S.-mailed items should certainly arrive within this time window.)

IF, and this is a big IF, I need for some reason to send late, I will communicate with you about the delay.

Also, PLEASE COMMUNICATE WITH ME! I am very anxious (part of my disabilities) that I not receive any bad ratings, especially as I really do send everything on time (I have a spreadsheet that I use to track my swaps and everything!). So please, write to me before giving me a bad mark. I will resend or change what I sent if that will help. :-)



For electronic swaps, if given the choice to send via e-mail or Swap-Bot message, I always choose to send e-mails and would prefer to receive e-mails, as well. (But if my send-to partner prefers Swap-Bot messages, I can try to send via that method, IF you let me know that I should. I now send Swap-Bot messages even when I send an e-mail, just to let you know that you have an e-mail from me.) :-)

For marking "sent," I do this as soon as possible after my emails/mail/packages are in the mail and on the way, and I always try to send as soon as possible after partners are announced. (Please note that I am now only going to the Post Office to mail and pick up mail on Thursdays, rarely on other days. But, if needed, I will go on the other mail days. If I can, though, I prefer to get everything ready for a Thursday departure.)

For rating, I try to rate everyone as soon as I receive your Swap Stuff (on Thursdays, for Types 2 and 3; on whatever day, for Type 1) and I'd be very appreciative if my partners would do the same. :-) Please note, though, that in recent months it sometimes takes me a day or three to go through my mail/e-mail and rate (my disabilities are interfering with my timeliness).



If you do not receive my sent item within, say, 10 days from the date when I have marked it sent, PLEASE CONTACT ME! I will resend to you. So please, please contact me before leaving me a bad mark. (Especially please contact me if -- for whatever reason -- I forgot to mark sent. This has not - yet? - happened, but I'm only human so there's always the possibility for such an oversight.)

For Types 2 and 3, please also note that I ALWAYS mail them from my Post Office, which verifies that I have the correct amount of postage on my postcard/letter/package. If, for whatever reason, there is still postage due when you receive, please communicate with me so that I can make amends.

For International Type 2 and 3 Swaps, please note that I am in the United States and, if you are in a country across an ocean from me, I've been told it will probably take my Flat Mail and/or Packages seven to ten days to reach you. If you are closer (i.e., Canada or Mexico), my mail should hopefully arrive to you sooner, but I was told it could still take up to a week to 10 days.



For postcard swaps, I'd like it if they could be sent to me "naked." And I'm happy to send PCs however YOU want them, if you have a preference for written/naked or blank/in an envelope. :-)

Images can be pretty much anything you'd like (no spiders, though, please). That said, I'd prefer landscapes; pictures of places where you live or where you've been; any animal/bird/ocean critter/freshwater critter/reptile (again, please no spiders), especially if it's one local to your area; or anything to do with books or rain or dogs or Disney.

I am not so fond of cards with people as the main focus, unless the people are you and/or it's some sort of homemade card. ;-) (Please note that by "people" I mean human people. Animated characters that happen to be "people" are perfectly fine.)

I enjoy multi-view cards and I love touristy cards! I'm happy to receive vintage, ad, and Zazzle cards and the like ((though I do not have any of these latter three+ types to send out, except what I've received from past partners).

Also, please note that I love snakes, and am okay with scorpions and bugs, but I am absolutely terrified by spiders. So please, no spider postcards!

(And lastly, if anyone can think of anything postcard-related that I didn't mention, please let me know! Thank you!)

About Me

I am disabled by both physical and mental disabilities. (I am happy to share more, if you want to ask.)


You can call me Jen. (My name is Jennifer.) :-)

Please Note: My last name is GreenleES. I have begun to receive mail addressed to me as Jennifer Greenless and it is making me crazy. So many people over the course of my life have misspelled my last name in exactly this way and I HATE IT! Please please PLEASE read my name and spell it correctly. Thank you!


I was born and raised in California, spent most of my adult years in Washington (where I consider myself to be from), and am currently living in Arizona.

When I was in college (Washington State University; Go Cougs!) for a double-major, I studied abroad three times: twice in Russia and once in the Czech Republic. :-)

I am Mommy to one child - a puppy - who is my service dog. I love him very much. Here's a picture of the two of us from December 2013:


***I decided to edit out some of the specifics in my "About Me" section. My hope is that anyone who writes to me, either in e-mail swaps or snail mail swaps, will feel free to ask me about what I've written. I love answering questions, so ask away! :-)

  • UPDATE 06/30/2016: I am thrilled to have earned 50 hearts as of yesterday, June 29, 2016. Thank you, All! :-)
  • UPDATE 08/05/2016: I have earned 100 hearts as of today! Thank you, All! :-)
  • UPDATE 08/20/2016: 150 hearts! Woohoo! Thank you so much, All!
  • UPDATE: I earned my 250th heart on September 13, I think. I'll start sharing in increments of 250 from here. :-)

Favorite Music

I love 80's pop, it's the music that my childhood, from kindergarten through my first semester of high school, was built upon. As an adult, I grew to also love classic rock and classical music. :-)

I also enjoy, from time to time, opera, non-80's pop, later-than-classical rock, grunge, alternative (are these latter two different?), folk, a little (very litle) country, rap, and R&B music.

I love the Beach Boys because my father loved them. I love CCR because my mother loves them.

My own favorite bands/artists include the Rolling Stones, U2, Depeche Mode, Duran Duran, Tears for Fears, the Eurythmics, P!nk, and Florence + the Machine. :-)

Favorite Books

I love to read mostly Paranormal Romances and Urban Fantasies, but I'll also try books from other genres from time to time. My most favorite books, though, are these five:

  • A Little Fate by Nora Roberts;
  • A Little Magic, also by Nora Roberts;
  • Getting Rid of Bradley by Jennifer Crusie;
  • Manhunting, also by Jennifer Crusie; and
  • Absolutely, Positively by Jayne Ann Krentz.

I read the aforementioned five when I'm experiencing a massive anxiety/panic attack. They never fail at helping me calm down and regain my equilibrium. And Jayne Ann Krentz is my most favorite author, no matter which of her three names she writes under. :-)

Perhaps oddly, though, the five books I would want with me were I to be stranded on a deserted island is a slightly different list. ;-)


While I'm willing to read just about anything, I tend only to buy/collect Paranormal Romances, Urban Fantasies, Dystopians, and anything written by Jayne Ann Krentz/Amanda Quick/Jayne Castle, Nora Roberts/J.D. Robb, and Jennifer Crusie.

Also, please note that I prefer to collect and own and read and reread Mass Market Paperbacks whenever possible. (And if not possible, I'm willing to buy a Trade Paperback. The ONLY books I own in Hardcover are, I think, the Harry Potter series and the Lord of the Rings trilogy.Oh! And nearly every book I own in Russian...those are hardcover, too.)

And lastly, please note that while most of the books on my Amazon-com Wishlist for books are Kindle editions, IF a book has an MMP (or even a trade paperback) edition, I'd much rather own the print edition. :-)

Favorite Movies

I adore Disney's animated classics and Disney-Pixar animated movies. My favorites are WALL-E, The Incredibles, A Bug's Life, and The Great Mouse Detective. :-)

Zootopia is a recently discovered favorite. :-)

I also really love all four of the Alien movies, The Princess Bride, Ladyhawke, and The Usual Suspects. :-)

In general, if a movie is not animated, I mostly enjoy action movies (Pacific Rim, Commando, Die Hard, and the like). If a movie IS animated, well. . .Then that's pretty much a guarantee that I WILL enjoy it. ;-)

Favorite Television

I don't really have a current favorite, but I am known to wax nostalgic over Soap, a sitcom from the 80's. I also enjoy revisiting the cartoons of my childhood on Boomerang. Tom and Jerry is an especial favorite. :-)

I have also been known to enjoy watching some of the animated shows on one or more of the Disney channels (the Octonauts comes to mind as one of them). But I haven't watched any of these types of shows in a couple of years (not so coincidentally, since before my father died in September 2014).

I do sometimes watch TV with my mother, and I do enjoy that (sometimes). We mostly watch BBC reruns/shows on PBS (Are You Being Served?; Keeping Up Appearances; As Time Goes By; Doc Martin; Father Brown). And football. We both enjoy watching any and all football games we can get here during NFL season (Go 'Hawks!). :-)

My mother really loves Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries and Castle, and I sometimes enjoy watching episodes of these shows with her, too.

But really, I try not to watch television. I'd much rather read. ;-)

Favorite Crafts

About the only crafty thing I'm good at is cross-stitch, so that's my favorite. I also used to like to knit, but I'm sadly so far out of practice that I can't remember how nowadays. (I also have not cross-stitched anything in a few years, and a project I began in 1989ish - give or take three years - is still languishing unfinished.)

I recently did a crafty swap where I used oil pastels to draw Kandinsky-like circles on 110lb card stock. And while I'm fairly certain that an artistic and creative child could probably have done better, I really enjoyed this new-to-me craft project. :-)

Things I'd Love to Receive

My favorite stores are Barnes and Noble for me and Petco for my dog. . .So I love Barnes and Noble gift cards. And any treats or toys for my dog would also be appreciated. (He is especially fond of rope balls.) :-)

I edited my list to be alphabetical, with some notes at the end. I don't think it's any less to read, but hopefully it's organized better for you to be able to pick out what I like! :-)

A: Animated Movies (especially Disney and Disney-Pixar animated movies); the Anita Blake series (by Laurell K. Hamilton);

B: Bears; Birds; Books! (especially mass market paperbacks, and ESPECIALLY paranormal romance and/or urban fantasy books); Bookmarks with tassels! (my current favorite: a Disney-Pixar Inside Out tasseled bookmark that says, “Every Day Is Full of Emotions”); Bookstores (especially Barnes and Noble and Powell’s);

C: Classic Rock and Classical Music; Colors: Blue, Green, Purple; any primary or especially bold colors, but no pastels, and NO PINK!;

D: Dogs!; Disney!; Disney-Pixar!; the Discworld series (by Terry Pratchett); Dragons and Dragon-Shifters;

E: 80’s Pop;

F: Fantasy;

G: Gum; The Great Mouse Detective (arguably my MOST favorite Disney film);

H: Hard Candies; the Harry Potter book series (by J.K. Rowling);

I: Ice Cream; Ilona Andrews (I love more than just the Kate Daniels series);

J: Jigsaw Puzzles; Jayne Ann Krentz (my favorite Romantic Suspense author, no matter which name she uses); Jennifer Crusie (my favorite Romantic Comedy author);

K: Kakuro Puzzles (think crosswords but with numbers instead of letters/words); the Kate Daniels series (by Ilona Andrews);

L: Logic Puzzles; Lions; Libraries; Laurell K. Hamilton (I love more than just her Anita Blake series);

M: Magnets; Molly Harper (my second favorite author of Romantic Comedies); Music: 80’s and through today pop, Classic and through today rock; Classical music; Opera; Movies: In addition to animated movies, I enjoy, from time to time, action movies, sci-fi movies, and fantasy movies (examples: Commando, Pacific Rim, and The Hobbit Trilogy);

N: Nora Roberts (my second favorite author of Romantic Suspense books; also like/collect her work no matter which name she uses);

O: Opera (music and performances); the Otherworld/Sisters of the Moon series (by Yasmine Galenorn);

P: Puzzles!; Postcards (of any subject, only no people-focused and NO SPIDERS!); Paranormal Romance and Fantasy;

Q: Quick, Amanda (aka Jayne Ann Krentz writing Historical Romantic Suspense);

R: Russian stuff (books, “modern” music, classical music, opera, postcards, images…); Rain; Reptiles; Reading; Romantic Suspense and Romantic Comedy (especially if paranormal in some way);

S: Snakes; Symphony (music and performances); Seattle (my favorite city; oh, how I miss it!); Sweet or Salty snacks; Science Fiction; Snow;

T: Tigers;

U: Urban Fantasy books and series;

V: Vampires;

W: Wild Animals (especially wolves, the big cats, and bears); Washington state and Washington State University; Werewolves and were-shifters (wereleopards, werebears, weretigers. . .); WALL-E (this is arguably my MOST favorite Disney-Pixar film); Weather: I LOVE cold weather, and the colder it is outside, the happier I am! I love cloudy days and rain, too, but snow makes me especially happy;

X: Xenomorphs (I LOVE the Alien movies!);

Y: Yasmine Galenorn (I enjoy more than her Otherworld books);

Z: Zoos.

Additional Notes on Animals:

I love all animals, especially dogs, wolves, bears, and the big/wild cats. (Sadly, I am allergic to domestic cats, though I love seeing them on postcards and things.)

I also love all birds, especially eagles, hawks, and vultures.

I love reptiles, especially snakes (including cobras), and am okay with scorpions and bugs (on postcards). I am TERRIFIED of spiders (so please, NO spider postcards or anything).

Fantasy fiction that includes spiders or -shudder- werespiders -shudder- is okay, because despite sometimes graphic descriptions, I can imagine them pink with purple polka dots, on roller-skates. But images of real spiders? NO, THANK YOU! (Oddly enough, I am fine with Rosie, the black widow in Disney-Pixar’s A Bug’s Life, so postcards of her would be okay, even though she is “rather realistic.”)

Additional Notes on Books:

As I said above, I LOVE Paranormal Romance and Urban Fantasy books. I mostly read (and collect) Urban Fantasy books that contain a smattering of Paranormal Romance (and I own LOTS so if you have one you want to send, please ask me about it first. I’d hate for you to send me a book I don’t need/already own).

I also enjoy Romantic Suspense books, but mostly only when written by Jayne Ann Krentz or Nora Roberts (I own pretty much ALL of their work, no matter the name they wrote under). But if the Romantic Suspense is paranormal or fantasy-like in some way? Sign me up!

And I enjoy Romantic Comedies, but again only those written by Jennifer Crusie (I own most all of her work, I think) and Molly Harper (I only own one of hers: And One Last Thing).

I do sometimes read (and enjoy) other books, including other Romantic Suspense and Romantic Comedy books, Sci-Fi books, Fantasy books, and YA (Young Adult) Sci-Fi and Fantasy.

What I tend not to read includes Westerns, Literary Fiction, and Chick Lit. I like my fiction to be “fluffy.” :-)

I also do not read much nonfiction. In recent years, I’ve been participating in the Book Riot Read Harder Challenge (2015 was my Year One) and about the only nonfiction I read is for this challenge.

About bookmarks with tassels: I use the tassel as my actual bookmark, while the “true” bookmark hangs out in either the latter part of the book (if I’m in the beginning) or the first half of the book (if I’m toward the end). If a store-bought bookmark has beads or something on the tassel, I take them off.

Additional Notes on Food: I do not particularly like to cook because. . . I have no common sense when it comes to Kitchen Things. (I had to find a recipe to cook sunny-side-up eggs and baked potatoes. And I once followed a recipe word for word and almost set my kitchen on fire as a result. . .See? No Kitchen Common Sense.)

I do like to bake every once in a while, if I have a good recipe to follow. (Unfortunately, my oven exploded on October 7, 2016. No damage was done, and even the oven survived intact, but I'm now a little oven-shy, too.)

I do not have any food allergies.

If you send me a recipe, please, if you can, make sure it is safe to follow as written!

My Fears and Allergies


I am massively arachnophobic. SO PLEASE, NO SPIDERS! And unfortunately, I live in southern Arizona, where there are big T-Spiders. (I'm so afraid of them that I can't even say, write, or think their name without my anxiety spiking. But if you need help to understand what a T-Spider is, they're a large, hairy arachnid that begins with a T, is spelled with nine letters, and ends with LA.)

I also fear losing the people I love. My Dad passed away in September of 2014 and if it weren't for my son - also known as my puppy, my service dog - I really don't know what I'd have done. :-(


I am not allergic to much, but what I am allergic to are things that I'm VERY allergic to:

  1. Cats and Cat Fur/Hair (my eyes water and swell; it ain't pretty); AND
  2. The adhesive part of ANY type/brand of Band-Aid-type bandage (the "glue" causes lesions in my skin). I use/need white medical tape instead.

Flakers and Non-Raters

I hate to do this but. . .


None that I'm aware of, yet. :-)


(I think I despise non-raters the most, because at least with any possible flakers, I can rate them and be able to archive the swap. But non-raters? Those swaps I'm just not comfortable archiving until all ratings are done.)

  • @CaffineFree for Friendship Quiz Swap 🌸 International. My Swap sent 06/13/2016, Deadline was 06/16/2016. Message sent 07/04/2016. She was last online 06/24/2016.

  • @matt319 for Random (PC) - June. Swap Deadline was 06/30/2016 and I sent on 06/17/2016. Messages sent to Matt on 07/10/2016 (Read) and 07/25/2016 (Read) but he has not replied nor rated me. :-( (He was also Partially Suspended, 07/25/2016.) On 08/16/2016 I sent a third reminder message and also thanked him for a swap he sent to me (and that I rated him for on the day I received.) He read that message but has still not replied nor rated me. :-(

  • @SavK87 for ESG: My reading spot. The Swap Deadline was 08/24/2016; I sent on 08/22/2016. I sent a message asking if she received on 09/13/2016, but she shows as being last online on 09/01/2016. She is also Partially Suspended still/again as of 10/04/2016. :-(

  • @UrbanPrincessCali for September Reading Challenge is.... The Swap Deadline was 09/30/2016; I sent on 09/26/2013. I messaged about the missing rating on 10/24/2016 (this swapper is Partially Suspended on 10/24/2016 and was last online on 10/15/2016). :-(

  • @tulipqueen for TWO swaps: PTG: "V & W" Are For, sent on 10/14/2016 (Swap Deadline was 10/24/2016), and WIYM - Quote on a Postcard, sent on 11/25/2016 (Swap Deadline was 11/25/2016). I finally messaged her about these swaps 03/02/2017, but she was last online 01/03/2017.

  • @HelloWheeze for the A Book Themed Postcard! swap (Deadline 11/16/2016). I sent on 11/08/2016. I finally messaged her about it on 03/02/2017, but she was last online 02/05/2017.

  • @kayebubbly for the Quick Swap #19 - Famous person on a PC swap. The deadline to send was 11/05/2016 and I sent on 11/05/2016. She was last online 03/02/2017, but though she read my message sent on that day, she has not yet replied nor rated me. :-(

  • @ammalu for the ESG: Movies I watched in December swap (she was the host; Deadline was 01/06/2017). I e-mailed my swap on 01/04/2017. I finally messaged her about it on 03/02/2017, but she was last online on 01/22/2017.


simcoe54 rated for PH: A Map Postcard (Naked or Blank) on Apr 29, 2017
Comment: Thanks for the new map postcard for my collection and for joining this swap.
dawnakaulen rated for PH: Scavenger Hunt For PCs #3 on Apr 28, 2017
Comment: Thank you! We have Coyotes all over the place here too :)
liveve308 rated for ESG: A typical thing on Apr 26, 2017
Comment: Thanks so much for sharing! Max seems like a lovely dog and I'm happy that yo managed to snap a few pics outside as well, I know fully well that it's not always so easy! I love the big cacti *____* It's something I imagine is very typical for a desert and I'm quite jealous of them :D
Response: You are so very welcome, Eve! I'm glad you enjoyed my "tour"! Max is (or can be) a lovely dog, but I am really hoping he reaches full maturity soon! :-) Cacti in the desert are something typical in our desert here. I'm glad you liked my picture of ours! Did you know, though, that cacti are not in all deserts? At least, saguaro cactuses are not found in all deserts, they're only here in the Sonora Desert of Arizona, down in Sonora, Mexico, and in a couple areas of California! (At least, these are the only places where they are native/naturally found.) :-) Thank you for the five and the heart!
Wildchild rated for ESG: A typical thing on Apr 26, 2017
Comment: Your life sounds a lot like mine except I have no Max.
Response: Oh, I'm so sorry, Cherylann! Would you like a Max? If yes, I hope that someday you will be able to adopt one! I hope you enjoyed all of my pictures/stories. :-) Thank you for the five and the heart!
Comment: Thanks for your swap, Jen! I admit that I used your Goodreads link and read the spoilers in your review as I was so interested to find out what had happened! I liked reading what you thought of this historical/true crime novel - it's a genre I enjoy too. I can't remember the last time I read a book in three days! Happy reading :)
Response: You're most welcome, Jemma! I'm glad you enjoyed my review (both the e-mail and the Goodreads?). It was actually strange that it took me three days to read this book. Theoretically, with the way my life is nowadays, it should only have taken two (for a total of less than 24 hours; I figure it took me maybe 12 hours to read it, spread over the three days). :-) I don't read much historical fiction, and "true crime" is not a genre of interest to me, so I was rather surprised at how much I enjoyed this book. :-) Thank you again for picking Burial Rites for me to read, and thank you for the five and the heart!
judee0624 rated for WIYM Postcard Alphabet - G - USA on Apr 24, 2017
Comment: Thanks,Jennifer. We used to see these qualis where my husband grew up. They are so cute!
Response: You're very welcome, Judee! I'm glad you like the "G" PC I shared with you. :-) I love watching (and hearing!) the Gambel's Quail on our property. They are hugely fun. I recently saw them chasing away a snake! :-) Thank you for the five and the heart!
KSENiA rated for CL: Pick my Next Book #23 on Apr 22, 2017
Comment: Thank you for the review. I'm glad you liked the book. You should give the second a try. It's quite good as well.
Response: I think I have the second book checked out from the library. I WILL read it, just not sure when. :-) I'm glad you received my review! You're welcome! Thank you for the recommendation, and thanks also for the five and the heart!
KSENiA rated for WIYM: Funny cat postcard on Apr 22, 2017
Comment: Love this comic postcards. Thank you. My cat (Soni) not really into boxes, but the previous one (Kitty was with us for 18 beautiful years) LOVED them so much.
Response: You're very welcome, Ksenia! I'm so happy that you received the kitty-cat postcard I shared with you. And wow! 18 years?! How wonderful to have had such a long time with a beloved pet. May your Soni live just as long...or longer! :-) Thank you for the five and the heart!
calmond rated for NH: Easy Postcard #15 on Apr 17, 2017
Comment: Hi Jen! Thank you so much for the owl postcard--owls are amazing birds! I'm impressed at your attempt to write in Russian! I've learned the Cyrillic alphabet and can read it (slowly) but am certainly still working on learning words and phrases in Russian! Thank you again!
Response: Oh! You are so very welcome, Christina! And that is so very neat that you were able to read my Russian! (Yay! I wrote correctly!!!) I have a degree in it, but it's been years since I practiced/lived there. I'm glad you like the owl I shared with you! :-) Thank you for the five and the heart!
newrule rated for WIYM: Funny cat postcard on Apr 17, 2017
Comment: Cute card! Can't read French too so I will google!! Hahaha...Thanks so much!
Response: You're so very welcome! I'm glad you like it. :-) Thank you for the five and the heart!
Comment: Thank you Jen for such a great email. Now I definitely NEED to read that book :D
Response: Hooray! You're most welcome, Fiorella. If you do get it, I hope you will enjoy it! (I'd love to hear your thoughts on it, too!) Happy Reading! (Or should that be, Happy Listening?) :-) Thank you for the five and the heart!
chaari rated for ESG: Let me recommend a book #21 on Apr 16, 2017
Comment: Thanks a lot for the recommendation! I adore audio books, but I have only one time listened to one in english (for the current reading challenge hehe) but, reading your enthusiastic recommendation made me really want to try this one too ^^ Thanks!
Response: Oh, yay! You're so very welcome, Vanessa. If you do get the audiobook of Miniatures, I hope you will enjoy it! (And I'd love to hear your thoughts on it, especially if you get an in-English version.) :-) Thank you for the five and the heart!
mellyrose89 rated for ESG: Let me recommend a book #21 on Apr 15, 2017
Comment: Thanks!
Response: You're welcome, Melanie! I hope you enjoyed my e-mail, and if the book appeals to you, I hope you'll enjoy it, too! (And if you do listen to it, I'd love to hear your thoughts on it.) :-) Thank you for the five and the heart!
astrodogg rated for WIYM Postcard Alphabet - E - USA on Apr 15, 2017
Response: I hope you liked the PC I shared with you. Thank you for the five and the heart! :-)
astrodogg rated for WIYM Postcard Alphabet - C - USA on Apr 15, 2017
Response: I hope you enjoyed the postcard I shared with you! Thank you for the five and the heart! :-)
astrodogg rated for WIYM Postcard Alphabet - F - USA on Apr 15, 2017
Response: Holy smokes, you got that fast! I mailed it on the 13th! :-) I hope you enjoyed it! Thank you for the five and the heart!
Wildchild rated for ESG: Reading Challenge #9 on Apr 14, 2017
Comment: Thank you!
Response: You're very welcome, Cherylann. I hope you enjoyed my e-mail and review. :-) Thank you for the five and the heart!
liveve308 rated for ESG:What's in my bag? on Apr 13, 2017
Comment: I had to put most of your books on my to read-list :,D that's never good since I already have so many titles on it! Thanks for sharing, looks a lot like my library bag :)
Response: I'm happy that you enjoyed my e-mail and found more books to read! It is my opinion that To-Read lists are meant to be continually growing. :-) Did you share your library bag for this swap? I'd love to see it! :-) Thank you for the five and the heart!
Sassa rated for NH: What Are You Into? (postcards) on Apr 13, 2017
Comment: cooking is often a lot of fun ... Hope you will learn a lot of new and tasty recepices :)
Response: I do have fun chopping and cooking things when I have good (trustworthy) recipes to follow. :-) Thanks for the encouragement! And thank you for the five and the heart!
MissMoan rated for ESG: Show me your working space! on Apr 11, 2017
Comment: Thank you for the email :) Your doggie is sooooo cute <3
Response: You're very welcome, Simone. I hope you enjoyed my tour. Thank you for the love for my Max. ❤ Thanks also for the five and the heart!

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KSENiA on Apr 20, 2017:

Wow, that's so great! I have quite a list of real books I have to buy. Uprooted is one of them.

KSENiA on Jan 17, 2017:

Sounds like a plan. :D Hey, kitty, kitty...

KSENiA on Jan 17, 2017:

Can we share?

RyeRye on Dec 11, 2016:

user6937 on Dec 7, 2016:

PFATW - WTA Sept: Thanks so much for the 4 pc's you sent. Mapcards of AZ & USA, touristy ones of Picacho Peak State Park and 1962 Corn Palace. My husband proposed to me in Yuma :)

lou on Dec 7, 2016:

Happy Birthday Month from WIYM group!

Drachenfrau on Nov 20, 2016:

Thank you bunches for the great stickers and notecard for the Ifm October Wta!!! :-)

racheljohnson on Nov 15, 2016:

I received your 4th, 5th, and 6th postcards!! Thank you so much. You have been such a wonderful swapper and I love seeing and learning about Arizona. Thank you, thank you!!

user6937 on Oct 19, 2016:

Thanks for sending me the postcards (coyote, javelina and Gambel's Quail - new animals for me - plus the two blank notecards) for the IFM WTA!

rexypants on Sep 16, 2016:

You are very welcome :D

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