I love snail mail (when it's not bills I'm receiving).
I miss the good old days, when I'd exchange letters and pictures with my cousins in Minnesota and friends who had moved. And how lovely it was to be given pen pals in school, to learn about far away people and places through an envelope. To peek in the mailbox everyday, anticipating, imagining its magical contents.
I received a postcard last week, from a friend only a few miles away.
And it totally made my day.
Last summer, a couch surfer left me a postcard he made (titled Unic-horn) and a cute note in thanks! I saw him again when I visited Portland at the end of the summer. What a wonderful character. Bem.
I decided that these fellows deserve snail mail in return.
Really, who doesn't?
And so, I created a postcard to send into the wild.
It's so gaudy, but still, I love it.
This picture makes the colors look a little funny.
It's a bit darker in real life.
Furthermore, what is this man doing selling cotton candy with snow on the ground?