Tuesday, September 14, 2010

September - Mail Incoming

Can you believe the summer is over? We are actually in September! And this is the best month I ever had in the entire year! I got a lot job interviews (meanwhile I am still waiting for "You're Hire!" phone call.. waiting suck. but chances are coming! ) and I got a lot of lovely mail ! Thank you for sending me lovely post. I have to share with you, no matter how far you live!

Kid come first. Ok, I don't remember when and why I mail the panda postcard to a kid. (Ok, I don't really keep track of my outgoing postcards..that's why I say"I don't remember" ) I bet he/she is very young, judging from the handwriting. I love the hand-draw heart and Polar Bear and Penguin!
From Mail incoming Sept

Darja! This postcard make my day. Not only because I like the white flower from Japan, but also Darja remembered me while she was traveling in Japan! Very Very sweet of you! If you are interested in learning Chinese, ask Darja. She writes perfect grammatical correct and colloquial Chinese. Oh, I forgot to tell you, she is a German girl !

Cutest Stamp Ever!

PostMuse send me a postcard first via sendsomething.net. And our correspondence start by exchanging postards, not letter. Simple and plain. I am a caffeine-holic. Post Muse take my caffeine addiction to a higher level. Now, not only I am addicted the drinkable caffeine, but also the readable one!

Calvin and Hobbs Stamp!!!!

Postcrossing - Postcard from Russia.

Four postcards from postcrossing arrived my mailbox last week. But this one worth mentioning is because .. I really love stamps from Russia. They are very colonial and elegant.

New Pen Pal - Melisse.

Melisse is from New York. She found me through indiefixx penpal project. (speaking of pen pal project.. I have no clue how to work on the new system.. Any tips? ) The first letter that she sent me accompanied with a letter-press Hello card from WeHeartPaper! I really want to learn how to make letter pressing. It's not very popular in Hong Kong, not to mention doing letter press in small scale. But, hey, I am gonna visit U.S. someday and found out how it's made! (Or I will simply buy tons of letter pressed card instead.. :p)

Sara from Oh, my darling project. This is a very lovely project. You will have a group of pen pal. And you will keep exchanging correspondence within your group. I haven't write to any one in the group yet. But I am going to ! Thanks Sara for this card!

Sofia. The first Pen Pal I encounter this year through indiefixx. I feel like I am at the beach right now when I open the mail and find the sand and seashell from Sweden accompanied with vintage beach postcards! Oh I love summer~!

Nature themed stamps from Sweden

Last But not least,
Fabulous Felicity! Very cute hand made stickers and a very Japanese booklet! Look how she turn a paper bag into a environmentally friendly envelope.

I love BIG 5 on the envies! Addressing me as Five or 5 will make my day and put a smile on the postman's face!

Thank You for the package!

You do not need a fancy or expensive paper to write a letter. Write on the inside of paper bag and put the letter into envies made from magazine! It cost you nothing, except the very inexpensive postal stamps.

Happy writing!

Ms. Five


tanuki =^.^= said...

Yay, what an awesome mail post ^^ You make me blush again, but I'm very happy that you liked my card ~ and my Chinese ^^ Those white flowers are a speciality of Tsushima island...

Emily said...

All those lovely stamps!
How wonderful!

Vicky said...

@Darja. Thanks again~! I want to visit Tsushima island.

@Emily, they are gorgeous! Thanks for visiting~!

Felicity said...

Hey Vicky,
Glad everything arrived safely. It still boggles my mind to be holding it in my hands on Tuesday, then see a pic of it all the way in Hong Kong a few days later!! ♥

Vicky said...

@Felicity, I want to give a big hug to the postmen in US and HK. They deserve a fastest delivery award!

Emme said...

you get wonderful cards and post cards..lucky you..cant wait to write you miss five!!