Much like most everything else in our home, postcards hold sentimental value as well. We’re tickled to see them arrive in our mailbox and they typically hold a place of honor on our fridge until they migrate to a file folder, scrapbook, toybox or become a bookmark.When a large section of your friends and family are far and wide away it warms your heart to know that your dears thought of you when they were on their adventures and wanted you to know!
Corner view is a weekly Wednesday date hosted originally hosted by Jane, currently by Francesca. A topic is given and you can see impressions; be it in photographic or poetic in form from around the world: Jane, Dana, Bonny, Joyce, Ian, Francesca, Theresa, Cate, Kasia, Otli, Trinsch, Isabelle, Janis, Kari, jgy, Lise, Dorte, McGillicutty, Sunnymama, Ibb, Kelleyn, Ninja, Sky, RosaMaria, Juniper, Valerie, Sammi, Cole, Don, WanderChow, FlowTops, Tania, Tzivia, Kristin, Laura, Guusje, Susanna, Juana, Elsa, Nadine
This one is fun!!
He is more concerned about the beer than the food…
that’s something my hubby would send me.
too funny – thanks for sharing.
So you too cherish poscards! 🙂
We use them as bookmarks, too. It’s very nice to find an old one in a book…
wonderful. we get too few these days!
I like old cards too:).
bookmarks, why, yes! i love how they revive when you look at them again, inside a long forgotten book one has…
Your right, it is nice to know that one wad thought of during someone’s travels.
I literally laughed out loud – thanks!
Perhaps we will see a revival of this way of communication soon. It’s just so much more fun than phoning or e-mailing.
Postcards reflect both the sender and the ‘sendee’ which makes them doubly cherishable.
I chuckled at this one—that would be my husband. :>)
Bookmark, on the wall, in my bathroom… Some are memories, others are funny or some kind of mantra. My favorite one? One received from my best friend more than 10 years ago, saying “Good girls go to heaven. Bad girls go everywhere”. I have a look at it each day 😉