Kitty is hanging out in the recycling.
Kitty is going to a cat lover in Taichung City, Taiwan, for a Postcrossing Forum USA-Asia tag trade.
The rest of the cards are hewn from cardboard boxes, for a couple of swap-bot trades calling for recycled bits. Two panels from boxes of chocolate-covered cookies from It’s-It (mmmm): one is on its way to Saint Paul, Minnesota; the other is headed to Livonia, Michigan. The latter person had the oddest statement in her profile: she said she lives in “the U.S.’s high five.” Now, what on earth does that mean? Yes, I Asked Jeeves, and even Google, but there was no help to be found. I was in a library earlier today, but it had passed my mind until I sat back down here to tell you about it. Do you have any idea what she was talking about?
The cake pic came from a box of cake flour, and now that card will go to lovely San Diego, California. I’m a bit cold today in the San Francisco Bay Area, so I’d like to try San Diego on. Just for a while, though–until I am able to move someplace warm.
Lastly, there is the happy little face, formerly a side panel from a box of tissues. Someone in Belle Mead, New Jersey should be winding up with that.
Now I am looking forward to seeing what cardboard scraps people cut into postcards to send to me! Do you ever create such postcards?