As you can see, I’m not terribly active on Postcrossing these days. I’m keeping it low key these days as I do have a lot of other things on the go. This week, though, two cards arrived. In a little while, I’ll get a couple of names and send out two more cards. I think, for now, having two or three cards moving is about all I can handle.
The first is a really cute card from Ivan, in Taiwan.
I love what Ivan wrote; it’s so true, isn’t it? We’re all unique, even though we’re all so much the same. If only we could appreciate each other for both our similarities and our individualities.
Ivan chose some wonderful stamps. Litchi and peanuts, I’ve heard of. I’ve never heard of Atemoya so I had to look it up. From what I read, they sound very tasty. I’ll have to keep my eyes open at the grocery store; I wouldn’t mind trying it one day.
My second card this week came from Aleksa i
I really love those old buildings. And I love the colours, too. They’re so cheery looking. Even though I would have no idea how to pronounce what Aleksa wrote, I love it that she wrote in what I assume is Latvian. It looks like Riga had some warm temperatures; on January 30, we had snow and sub zero (centigrade) temperatures.