Six postcards, all of which I love, from four senders, all in one day! What a day!
These two Shiba Inu come from China, via Postcrossing Forum, in a tag in which we were able to choose the cards we’d like from those the sender had available. With my memory, it’s always still a surprise!
The cards’ sender tells me:
“I love Shiba too! I found lots of them during my trip to Japan last year.”
This type of dog is very popular around my neighborhood; I see them being walked quite often. They are beautiful, but being a lover of big dogs, the inu I would most like to adopt would be the Akita!
That very nice Christmas tree closeup comes to me thanks to Postcard United, and is from a member in Tolbert, Groningen, Netherlands.
Look at that awesome Japanese Christmas postcard featuring Snoopy & friends! It’s from Cindi in Hawaii, who really gave the card a spectacular back (scroll down). Why doesn’t the U.S.–home of Snoopy–have Peanuts postcards, for Christmas, or for whatever? I’ve railed about this more than once before, and will continue to do so. As the Peanuts kids would say, SIGH.
Okay, another pair from a single sender, this one from the Philippines, via Postcard United.
Yum. Now I want both of these dishes. I’ve cooked adobo more than once, but you know, practice makes perfect. Have you made (or eaten) either of these? The sender split her message over the two cards. She wrote:
“Kamusta Ka? (How are you?) Like you, I enjoy Asian food–which is fortunate for me coz I’m living in Southeast Asia. I do enjoy trying new dishes every now & then. Currently I’m crazy over Korean grilled meat, & salmon sashimi!”
The beautiful animal stamps on the back of these are wonderful, too–there’s a pangolin! Well, just scroll down now & look at all the stamps, stickers, washi tape & stuff.