Thursday, September 24, 2009

From: Susie
For: Postcard Cafe
From: Sandy
For: Postcard Cafe
From: Jessica
For: Postcard Cafe
Thought this card was very pretty! New Hampshire looks similar.
From: Nikky
For: Postcard Cafe
"Happiness NEVER decreases by being shared." Buddha
Hope this card brought you a tiny bit of happiness :)
From: Sia
For: Postcard Cafe
Hello, gorgeous! Such a lovely day today. We are finally enjoying some proper sun, and everything is just so bright and yellow. It hurts to have to stay indoors and work. Just wanted to say "hello" before my lunch break officially ends. Hope you're well.
From: Sia
For: Postcard Cafe
Hello Sarah,
I'm sorry to hear about how stressful school is. I hope this card cheers you up. They're bathhouses in Cape Town. Your Union Station looks like a yummy waffer taken from this angle (or maybe it's because I'm not wearing glasses). It's Friday tomorrow. I'm excited about the weekend.
From: Sia
For: Postcard Cafe
"People assume that time is a strict progression of cause and effect, but actually, from a non-linear, non-subjective view point, it is more like a big ball of wibbly wobbly time-y wimey stuff."
From: Sia
For: Postcard Cafe
Hello Sarah,
Here's a random summer card. I think this was taken during the late 1980s. It's so interesting to look at the way people here take in the day.
From: Crys
For: Postcard Cafe
I have to applaud you for being an English Major. That's one major I would NEVER attempt (along with Physics and Engineering). I was an Art History and Russian major, but Im done with school for a while (yay!). At least until I can narrow the focus for my masters, that is. Enjoy your summer vacation! You'll miss them when they're gone!
From: departarrival
For: Postcard Cafe
"You don't concentrate on risks. You concentrate on results. No risk is too great to prevent the necessary job from getting done." Chuck Yeager; Aviator
From: Marie61
For: Swap-Bot, Show us Your City/Town Postcard swap
Hi Sarah, this is the postcard swap. I hope you like the postcard I am sending to you. These are just a few thing to see here. But there is more to site seeing.

Tuesday, September 22, 2009

From: Kathleen
For: Swap-bot Mega 50 State Postcard Swap
I have visited Arkansas many times and have been awed by its natural beauty each time. I think that the fall is my favorite time to be there.
From: Sophia
For: Gift
My hometown, Rothenburg - I grew up in a village nearby but went to school there. Rothenburg is quite proper with tourists, especially from Japan and the USA
From: Zoelene
For: Swap-Bot Mega 50 State Map Postcard Swap
Hi Sarah,
Oregon is a beautiful state. I was here last summer and has hoped to go again this year, but it didn't work out. We spent a couple of days on the beach. Very relazing. 3 of my sisters live in Oregon.

From: LadyRose
For: Swap-Bot Mega 50 State Postcard Swap
From my neck of the woods

From: Katie
For: Mega 50 State Postcard Swap
Hello from the Crossroads of America...a slogan that seems to imply that everyone here is trying to get someplace else. :)
From: Jackie jcm716
For: Swap-Bot Mega 50 State Postcard Swap
Greetings from Florida
Sending some sunshine your way
From: Jessica B
For : Postcard Cafe
Hello, hope things are going good for you. :) Besides work, I can't complain. I know this isn't the average scenic postie but I like the look of it. Enjoy.
Jessica B

From: Unsigned
"Rockn on the way? Keep them all. One day I'll build a castle"
Fernando Seuos, Portugese Poet

Friday, September 11, 2009

From: Andrea Bosgfaaf

From: Sriwarni Kraaij

From: Karen
Beautiful weather up here- a bit hazy due to the fires up by Fairbanks. Hope you enjoy the postcard.
Take Care, Karen

From: Robert
Somewhere over the rainbow, if dreams to dome true, I'll be with Rufus who died last year and will forever be in my heart. Your postcrossing bio made me think ~ I love that song so much, I can't just send a cityview of Seattle. I should do something else. This is one of my favorite pics of Rufus. I haven't made many postcards yet. I should get glossy paper. :S
All the Best,

This is the reason I love sending and receiving postcards so much.
From: San Juan, Puerto Rico
"Why is a raven like a writing desk?" -The Hatter
From: Maggie Chang
Dear Bchan,
I saw ur introducing. U like to dare some trouble. Just like this pics U have to pass through the caves and U can saw the light, too. Mabe somtime not as one wishes. But we should see forward, right!!!
OH, this cave is call, Swallow Grotto.
i hope u like it.
Maggie Chang

It's cards like this that I like best.

From: Twanda
Hello Srah from Florida the sunshine state and a jewl between two seas. Hope this finds you well and happy.
Life is so short....
Forgive Quickly
Kiss Slowly
Love Truly
Laugh Uncontrobally and
Never regret anything that makes you smile!

From: Julija Krus
Hello Sarah,
Greetings from Lithuania!
Best Regards,
Julija Krus
From: Jo Johnson, Mystique 2802
For: City-Town Postcard Swap, Swap-bot
Sarah- This is my family home town. I just love the square. My nephew and his wife still live there in an 1800s home. I now call Indianapolis home. Have only been to the northwest once, visited a cousin in Tacoma.
Jo Johnson
From: Carol "bunnybrat", Las Vegas, Nevada
For: Livejournal, Postcardcafe
My best friend married well...
THIS is where I got to stay for the wedding.
Life is strange...
-Carol "bunnybrat"
From: Surina, DisneyRider
For: Swap-bot
Hi There,
Here is Phoenix
Surina (Disneyrider)

From: Heidi, Joensuv, Finland
For: Postcrossing. com
My name is Heidi and I send many summer greetings for your from Joensuv, Finland! This is first day of mu summer holiday. My plans are to eat lot's of strawberries , swin and meet my relatives and friends...HAPPY POSTCROSSING!
:) Heidi
"Missouri is named for an Algonquan Indian word meaning "town of the large canoes". Missouri is sometimes referred to as the "Mother of the West" because it once lat at the frontier of the country, and served as a starting point for westbound pioneers, including Meriweather Lewis and William Clark."
About 1910, a strapping, hard-drinking sheepherder called Irish Dick trader a pet bear cub to a Toppenish sallon-keeper for whiskey. Some months later, the rowdy shepherd was in town when his grown-up pet escaped, panicking the townsfolk. He offered to return the bear to its tether. A terrible fight on main street ended when an unharmed bear was returned to saloon servitude and a brave and bloodied Irishman was taken to the hospital"

Small town America is awesome. XD

Sent for the 2009 Mega State Card Swap