Mail’s Here! Part 4

Hope these postcards will brighten up your day the way they were able to brighten up mine!

Here’s a card from France. A week before I have received this card, I met Luke (a couchsurfer from France) and he actually told me about what France is famous for. The Hermes heart-shaped stamp is also nice.

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When I received this card from Germany, I was actually sick because of a flu virus. The card made my day. I recalled the time when I was a kid and bloody sick, a bowl of chicken soup while watching my favorite cartoons will always be better than drinking my medicines. I think even the kids in Germany share the same sentiments with me.

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Here’s a card from Russia. It’s a temporary relief from the burning weather in the Philippines.

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Here’s a card from Japan. I like the cherry blossom stamps–it’s very Japanese. I would just like to acknowledge Miho because she was able to send this even though she’s currently suffering from an injury.

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Of course, a postcard from my friend in Indonesia. Check out the post about her.

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My second postcard from Poland.

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Did you know that William Wallace is one of my favorite history heroes? This postcard means a lot to me. Thank you Wency!

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A card from Lithuania! Although I am not sure what the card is all about; but I know it’s relaxing and there’s this feeling that I want to go inside the card and stare at the poles. 5 Star for the stamps!

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