Two more going out in swap-bot trades:
I don’t remember how the bird postcard came into my possession–perhaps in a swap-bot envelope-full-of-postcards type trade–but now it’s on its way to Port Coquitlam, British Columbia, Canada, in a “for the birds”-themed trade. When I saw that opportunity on swap-bot, I remembered the card, and saw my chance to set it free! I can’t tell you what kind of birds these are; the text on the back is printed in Chinese. I wrote my message in English, though.
The other swap-bot trade here today is going to Kansas City, Missouri, and it is a “reuse a postcard” one, in which participants are to slap a new backing on a card we’ve received, & send it on to someone else. I love these, even though I realize that in the end, it does not actually reduce the number of postcards in the house–though it does feel like it when I am sending it out! I received this bus card from Hong Kong, and in sending it along the pipeline, I was careful to preserve my very favorite part: that snowman stamp! Hope it doesn’t confuse the post office.