First, the night shot. I love that I’ve been getting so many Postcrossing cards from Taiwan lately. The sender of this postcard tells me:
“There are lots of delicious food. I love night markets, because I can eat many kinds of food and also play some games. Xiaolongbao and beef noodle are my favorite food.”
I can’t really tell what’s going on in that lower card. Some kind of oil/snow-globe? It came in a swap-bot “free card” trade, & the sender is from Seattle, Washington. She writes:
“My employer put us up at this hotel (in Tacoma) while we worked at our annual convention a couple weeks ago & my friends gave me the cards. I picked this one for you because it made me think of the beach.”
One more swap-bot card, this a “chunk of cardboard” from Arizona, and it is HUGE–nearly 7.5″ x 10″. A card this size, rightfully, contains a long message. Here’s just a tiny bit:
“I’ve rescued some other cardboard chunks recently from cereal boxes, a candy box and a beer carton. Always on the lookout.”
I understand! Sometimes I have to force myself to immediately dispose of cardboard, rather than turning it all into postcards.