Thursday, March 4, 2010

BPS Café — March 2010

If you've received a March postcard from a sender who prefers to remain tantalizingly mysterious, you can still say thank you! Members can leave a comment here to let other members know how much they appreciate the postcard they've received.

Note: If you've just received your February postcard and would like to thank the sender, you can still leave a comment in the February BPS Café post! For earlier postcards that have finally arrived, please check out the quick links to the appropriate BPS Café in the Related Links section on the right.

(photograph via nom nom nom)


The Missive Maven said...

Wow - for the first time since September, I've received a clearly-marked BPS postcard! Thanks so much to Zosienka for the beautiful Edward Gorey postcard with the even more beautiful original artwork on the back. I can't believe it reached me so quickly from the UK!

Zosienka said...

I can't believe it either!!! I'm so glad. I'm going to use that post box more often.

Zosienka said...

Tonya, thank you for the lilacs. Yours is only the second postcard I've received since the project began.
The weather in London has actually remained bitterly cold since winter and we're still waiting for Spring to come, so lilacs are just what I needed.

l.borrego said...

Kayla, thank you so much for the beautiful antique postcard!

Hedy said...

Sahm from Richmond thank you for your hand drawn postcard. I really liked the transparant envelope as well. I am a little confused though about 'marmalade' I supposely have sent you and without ever having heard before of Virrarr formica I am mystified how I can be 'right' about it???????

Sahm said...

Hello Hedy

I'm so glad the card arrived. Australia is the farthest my cards have travelled so far! The "story" in the body of the letter is just a bit of fun. I thought I'd get creative with the written portion of the card and write as though from an old friend (although I really do have a wee retro fibreglass trailer, and I really do appreciate a well-made marmalade). Sorry for the confusion!


hedy said...

Sahm, well if I knew how to make marmalade I would send it to you right now.Thanks for the creativity.A little bit of confusion at times keeps the mind going.Your card has certainly been the most interestig one so far!
Best Wishes,

Benevolent Postcard Society said...

Thanks so much for the great postcard, Sabrina!!! The image on the front was funny mysterious and a bit creepy — so of course I totally loved it! And thanks too for your kind words about the BPS — I'm so glad you're having fun with it!


Michelle Miller said...

To Laura in Houston: Mmmmmmmm, beignets....thank you for sharing this hunger-inducing postcard from The Big Easy with me. I hope life in TX is treating you well. Take care, MM