Since my last update here, I have checked my PO Box today and found three more postcards had arrived. They came from Suomi, Finland, Harvard University, Mass., and Saskatchewan, Canada. The one from Finland was filled out during a meetup in celebration of Postcrossing’s 15th birthday! The images are below.
A few more of my cards have been received worldwide and, at this time, five are still in the wild, waiting to be recorded. Until later, have a great night all.
Yesterday I got confirmation that all my USA-sent postcards were delivered and logged on PostCrossing.com. Now, I await word regarding the several international cards. One to Germany, one to Russia. Just a waiting game.
I can now send out more cards. I have a few more to send. Will keep you posted.
It took three days, but the first of my nine cards arrived at its destination yesterday. The recipient of the card posted confirmation of it to Postcrossing and I got the email confirming it. That is the card that was sent to San Francisco! 152 miles! Now, still waiting on word of the others and I will check my mailbox later today to see if I have received any cards. My next update soon.
Using the free services of Postcrossing.com, I send off postcards with hand-written notes to far-off destinations, some here in America, others in foreign lands, and impatiently await the arrival to my post office box postcards sent by strangers. The mystery and the excitement of learning about others and seeing postcards of various types. My current allotment is nine cards sent, but as more are received, my allotment will increase. I am sending these nine out tomorrow (Monday, July 6th) to Russia, Germany, and several places in America. This blog will be updated when cards are received.