Monday, February 10, 2020

Happy Mail

Happy, holiday mail arrived in my mailbox this week. Well, actually at the post office. The mailbox kept blowing down so mail is being held at the post office. I had already made my post office run for the week, but when USPS Informed Delivery notified me on Saturday that these were waiting at the post office, I made another trip.


From Finnbadger at Envelope 100, this wonderful Year of the Rat ensemble, a cutie rat card with a handmade envelope. Thanks, Finn. 


From MB, a friend I met at "coloring camp", AKA the Sacred Art Institute on Enders Island, this delightful, hand-lettered Valentine. Thanks, MB.

What's in your mailbox?

26 comments:

  1. Well aren't you the lucky gal. I had planned to make some Valentine's Day cards, but time got away from me. You scored on both holidays.

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    1. I'm sending some Valentines, but they will be late 😊

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  2. Happy Mail indeed! Nothing but bills, ads, and campaign literature in my mailbox I'm afraid lol Oh! but The Husband ordered a fountain pen that came a coupla days ago. He couldn't resist.

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  3. Enjoy your beautiful happy mail. I got happy mail, too, from Canada, will show it in my next post. Enjoy your day, Valerie

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  4. Happy mail is always a good thing! :D

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  5. Glad to see it arrived in good condition with a nice postmark - I sent a few of these and several envelopes received the dreaded sharpie treatment.

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    1. Aww, that's too bad they didn't all arrive in pristine condition.

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  6. Nothing at all exciting, sadly. Lots of political promotions and mail from Medicare. Sigh.

    Happy Valentine day!

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    1. Medicare is starting to hit my email box as I'll be in the window to apply for it in a couple of months.

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  7. I Am SO Happy For Ya!! Its Wonderful To Have Friends. Also, Love The Letter K Photo.

    Cheers

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    1. Yeah, good to have friends that send greetings and not bills! 😺

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    2. So sad to read that I can't send you my bills!

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    3. You can send your bills, Finn. They just won't get paid. 😺

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  8. Nothing beats happy mail does it? Well discounting winning the lottery or writing a bestseller. Heh heh.

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    1. I think happy mail comes in third to winning the lottery or writing a bestseller. 😺

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  9. Lovely surprises in the mail :)

    All the best Jan

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