Mail call! And there were enough interesting lines from my correspondents this time, that I had a hard time deciding what to entitle today’s entry. You’ll see. The first two postcards are regular Postcrossing in-comings, and the second two were received via trades on Postcrossing Forum.
Hey, it’s a recipe card from Khabarovsk, Russia! The sender tells me:
“Blini is a traditional dish that is cooked on Maslenitsa. It is a holiday when people see off the winter.”
Yay, seeing off the winter! Good riddance, Buster!
And speaking of good riddance, Buster:
The little shore scene came to me from Hamburg, Germany, and here’s what the sender has to say:
“My dream is to travel times America. My husband does not like the country. But my daughter and I will eventually make round trip with no husband. He love the Greek island. I can not believe that there is such big houses with you, though I have been there.”
I am glad she clarified “round trip;” for a moment I thought she might just stay here, leaving her Mister to his Greek island.
The building surrounded by cyclists came to me from:
“…an 18-year-old girl from Taichung City, Taiwan. I will become a college student after the summer vacation. Because I don’t need to join the test in July, I have much time writing postcards now. It’s my pleasure to join the (Taiwan Meets the World) tag, it’s interesting for me. I’m a new member of Postcrossing, so I have lots of things to learn. Happy Postcrossing, hope you have a nice day!”
Lastly, from Seattle, Washington, comes what the sender tells me is a Black Rock Shooter anime card:
“BRS is an anime released on DVD in 2010. It’s also a game and manga in Japan. This chick has blazing blue eyes and a cannon that shoots ROCKS! Take care.”
Stamps, postmarks, & washi tape: I love everything on the card from Taiwan!