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Happy last day of lettermo!  It’s a Waldo postcard to celebrate!  Extra points to you if you can find Waldo!  (Wenda is in the postcard too, even more points to you if you find her.)

This is a postcard to Las Vegas via swap-bot, particularly for this swap.  I was originally going to make a postcard with leaping frogs (because it’s a Leap Day swap), but I decided to read the rules of the swap one more time.  It was a good thing I had since the swap is a store bought postcard swap only.  The recipient said she likes puzzles and such and I figured these Where’s Waldo postcards were pretty puzzling.  I was pretty sure I had a Waldo postcard with showgirls or something before but surprise, surprise, I can’t find it.  I may have sent it out already…but who would I send such a thing to?  Anyway, I decided on this one with sea creatures instead (the recipient also said she likes mythical creatures).

What I found from doing the lettermo challenge is that writing a postcard everyday is quite doable…since most of the letters I ended up sending out were postcards.  I had meant to write more letters, but work has been very busy this month and time just wouldn’t allow for more letters.  Alas.  But, I would like to continue writing letters.  It would help if I had people to write them to.  I’m supposedly getting some new pen pals soon, so that will help.  And we should all continue to support the USPS.



It’s another postcrossing postcard.  This one is to NorCal and the recipient said that he liked landscape postcards.  I had a very nice one of the Yukon…but I can’t find it.  Sugh.  That seems to be the way it always is.  Anyway, since I figure he already knew what California looks like, I sent a postcard of the London Bridge in Lake Havasu instead.  This one might be the last one I have of the London Bridge in Lake Havasu.  It’s the actual London Bridge…but it’s the 1800s London Bridge.  The city of London sold the bridge in the mid-1900s when it was no longer able to support the amount of traffic over the bridge.  Arizona bought it and installed it over part of Lake Havasu.

One more day left!