Saturday, January 3, 2009

Sendsomething surprises!

There was a blizzard on Dec 31 here, so I didn't venture out to get my mail until Jan 1. I had a lovely New Year's surprise of TWO postcards from folks at Sendsomething.net! I was totally not expecting that deliciousness, and they were both great.

From Margaret:
Sendsomething: from Margaret, front

Sendsomething: from Margaret, back

Love the bats! LOVE the Gorey Unstrung Harp sticker!!

From Wackystuff:
Sendsomething: from Wackystuff, front

Sendsomething: from Wackystuff, back

Teenage catgirls in heat?!? Awesome! Also the owl is terrific.

So, I had to get some p'card responses out to the lovely senders right away, too.

To Margaret:
Sendsomething: to Margaret, front

To Wackystuff:
Sendsomething: to Wackystuff, front

I admit I'm not much of a postcard person, and I don't have a whole lot of cool postcards on hand (unlike all the letter-length stationery which infests the nooks and crannies of my household), but the Sendsomething thing has been full of so many pleasant surprises that I may need to stock up. I get the sense that most Sendsomething senders use postcards as their medium.

...and when I first posted this a few minutes ago, I posted images of the back of the postcard. Then I felt bad about that, in case the recipients saw it before it came in the mail - shouldn't that be a surprise? So I took those down. Hmmm.

3 comments:

  1. That's one of the reasons I've been posting less outgoing mail. In hopes it will still be a surprise. Not sure what to do about it either. Hmm.

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  2. It IS a quandary. I've decided that posting the envelope of a letter, or the front of a postcard, doesn't give too much away - hopefully will be a nice teaser, while leaving enough of "The good stuff" for the actual physical letter's arrival.

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  3. Margaret @ sendsomethingMonday, January 05, 2009 1:03:00 AM

    omg moxie! being a westcoaster I'd never heard of it until I went to college and had a friend from Boston, whose rock band's name included the word moxie. (They performed songs about George Lazenby and guacamole.) Said friend recently moved to my town so I get to hang out with him again. If only we could find some moxie to share.

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