I love sending hand written notes to friends. I’ve had a lot of pen pals in the past. I also have accidentally started collecting postcards over the last 8 or 9 years. I used to buy them on trips to use in my scrapbooks and now have a leftover collection of random postcard travel memories.
My September 30 Day Challenge is sending postcards to 30 different people. I would love to send these postcards to 30 others who love receiving mail like me. I’m happy to send them anywhere in the world and to anyone who would appreciate a little handwritten note. Whether you know me well or have never met me, just send me an email hannah [dot] demilta [at] gmail telling me who you are and your mailing address. Then I can send you a postcard next month, with love from Australia.
Please help me out with this challenge. I’m really looking forward to this one.
5 thoughts on “30 Day Challenge: Postcards from my Travels”
I would love a postcard and would send one in return! Have you ever gone to the sight postcrossing.com?
What a great idea Hannah! I love the idea of getting to know strangers, and also reminded of how nice it is to receive a note in the mail!
Hannah, my postcard arrived today – thank you!
I’ll get to NYC one day, it’s definately on my list of places to get to one day.
In the meantime, your postcard has been added to my big box of postcards that I have collected over the years… Random word for the day: Deltiology = postcard collecting.
There really is nothing like a hand-written note, especially now near on everything is digital, and I think most people think I’m mad collecting them; but it’s a great way to brighten up someone’s day and let them know you’re thinking of them whilst adventuring somewhere. I just love having a wee glimpse of someone else’s escapades, but I definately need to have more myself to be able to send some back to all the lovely people who send them to me!
Thanks again, I hope everyone else is enjoying their mail – and that you’re enjoying sending them all off!
Maria — my pleasure. I find it awesome that my postcard is now part of your collection. While I don’t collect them officially myself, I do save the hand written notes that others send me. They are special for sure.
Thank you for sharing your story with me, and happy travels!