Looking back at some of my March incoming and outgoing mails, it seems that I have slowed down because I only managed to send and get a few mails. At the back of my mind, I wanted it to be like this though, to only write when I want to and to not feel obliged to write back immediately. I want this snail mail hobby to be fun and happier because we call it “happy mails” for a reason. And I really don’t mind if I don’t get mails every day of the week. 🙂
But before I get too wordy, let me share already what I have received and sent.
More mails from good old friends, from way back when the snail mail community in Instagram first flourished in early 2013. I am just so happy that we’ve maintained the friendships over the years. We send to each other every now and then, does not necessarily follow the “you send me and I reply to you” rule. We send to each other randomly throughout the year.
Here are a couple of mails that I’ve managed to send to Italy and to two friends in Canada.
I am not sure if the postman gets the pun but I am having tons of fun adding these yoga stickers that I personally made in every mail I send.
I love the newer stamp release because they just fit my mail art. These are sets that a floral stamp collector should covet.
And before the month ended, I also managed to share a few paper collection by Flow with a very special friend in Taiwan for her birthday.
I will make it a point though to send a few mails every month. I have a lot of promised mails to do and I am working on them one at a time and I am sure I will get to post one at a time as well. So, please be patient with me my dear friends.