I love it when I receive letters and want to immediately reply. I received such a letter today. If I could I would fly to Vienna now. It sounds so lovely! The more I learn about European countries that more I want to visit them. I had my reply to Eva in the matter of a few hours, including interruptions, and decorated the plain white envelope with some cool fabric tape that I found for $1.25 for four decent sized rolls.
Sorry about the lack of posts and posts with pictures lately. My camera decided to go on strike until i formate my memory card and for some reason I'm having a bit of trouble writing letters probably due to the fact that I still haven't cleaned up my work space. I'm still trying to adjust to work 40 hours a week instead of about 24. I must learn to manage my time a little better. Tomorrow I'm bringing my letter writing supplies to work and work some some letters.
Help! I'm under a pile of clutter!
How did I let it get so disorganized? My desk space and my whole room is just a mess. Pretty pieces of notepaper swaps, postcards, and other random stuff is all over my room. This is most likely the cause of my bad moods lately and a few late swaps. Hopefully in the next few posts I can show you how I organize my stuff but before then I need something better in place. Until then, how do you organize your writing supplies?
I wouldn't mind it but I was referring to the postcard project. Well a mysterious postcard collector is collecting one million postcards. All you need to do is send a postcard with a message to Send Me A Million Postcards
P.O. Box 21007
Denver, CO 80221
He'll take a photo of the back of your postcard and post onto his website. Here's the one I sent. I think the first one I sent got lost in the mail.
Yes, sometimes I'm in a hurry and botch my spelling.
So, show him some mail love and send him one today!