Monday, August 23, 2010

What's Next


We're gearing up for the very last mailing on September 1 — and once the addresses have been emailed, we'll be sending out another email a week or so after it with info on what to do with your collection of postcards. Basically, if you'd like the postcards you've received to appear in the book, you'll need to send them to me. If you'd like them returned once I've scanned them, I'm happy to ship them back to you — all I ask is that you send me a small amount via PayPal to cover the return postage. I'll have more details in the official email about this, but I just wanted to give you a bit of advance notice so you can decide what you'd like to do. Thanks so much again for making the BPS so much fun — I couldn't have done it without you!!!

:-)


(postcard wall photo from homelife, via from the right bank)

9 comments:

rachael said...

wow...that was fast! i can't wait to see the book :)

Michelle said...

I cannot believe it has already been a year, either! Thank you, Lori, for all the amazing organizational and motivational work on this project. It has been really fun.

rachel with redshoes on said...

Can we please do it again? even if there isn't a book at the end. I have loved sending and recieving the cards. It must be a lot to organize so I understand if you are done for now. Or pass on the torch, i'd volunteer, if you pass on tips.

lintmag said...

still no august postcard - one more day of hope, though - come on, mailman!

Katrina LB King said...

I think my address may have gotten lost in the shuffle...I miss you guys! ;) We've been moving around like crazy too, though so that may have been part of it with mail forwarding.

adrienne said...

Haven't received a postcard since April. I've received 4 in total since September. Can't help wondering is there a glitch in the database or something :/

Casey said...

I don't have too many to send, I haven't gotten a postcard in months

szaza said...

Same.

AlexAlice said...

Lori, thank you so much for all the effort you put into this amazing initiative! I can't believe it's all over.

Alexandra, Johannesburg