Today I mailed four adopted postcards back to their original parent - @PostMuse. I hope anyone that has been adopted or has adopted children does not take offense to this post. All those involved in the adoption process deserve a round of applause including biological parents, parents/families adopting, and most importantly, children that have been adopted. How wonderful to know that your biological and adoptive parents/families want the absolute best for you!
On a lighter note, my orphaned postcards showed up in my P.O. Box with no postal history. Fortunately, all four of these wonderful postcards were receptive to me writing a piece of history upon their blank slate. I then promptly returned these four little beauties back to @PostMuse. I know they will be cherished upon their safe return home! If you would like to see a picture of my four little friends, go to Twitter and follow @CSPaperholic, #OrphanedPostcardProject.
If you would like to adopt your own Orphaned Postcards, please visit www.postmuse.blogspot.com. It's a really fun project!
I also mailed my Send Something Good package today :) My US postal worker, Alicia, was kind enough to use stamps for the 12+ dollars in postage rather than the printed postage label! I was sure to say, "Thank you!" many times during the transaction.