WHYYYYY?!? Sent to Germany, Indonesia, & Russia

Ugh!  I drew the same country twice in a day!  😥

I drew 3 new Postcrossing draws in one morning: ::click:: Germany.  ::click:: Russia.  ::click:: GERMANY AGAIN!  Okay, we really need to get more people in more countries (outside of the U.S. & most of Europe) signed up with Postcrossing, so that it will work the way it ought–with only one postcard traveling to a given country at one time.  I would love to see a greater diversity of destinations & origin points.

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Okay, enough with the rant, for this moment, at least.  The drive-through barn bridge (marked as “Slate Bridge, Swanzey, New Hampshire), is destined for a Postcrosser in Moscow, Russia.  She has been on the site for about 3 years, and she says she enjoys reading, traveling, movies, music, and being with her family & friends.

That arid-looking landscape (labeled as Badlands National Park, South Dakota) is off to Halle (Saale), Germany, to a 56-year-old Postcrossing Supporter who says he enjoys hard rock, American Football, reading, and astronomy.

The wonderful little beach scenario is going to Munich, Germany.  The recipient is a 30-year-old schoolteacher, and she says she likes getting colorful cards with lots of little details you may not notice upon first glance–and she notes that she finds that these are usually cartoon cards.  I think she should appreciate this vignette from near Half Moon Bay, California.

Finally, that dog card.  It’s heading off to my dog-loving postcard pal in Bekasi Utara, Indonesia.

Stamps, stamp, & washi tape:

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