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I’m not in the habit of blogging my mail. I’ve already admitted I subscribe to People Magazine, and that’s about as interesting as our mail ever gets, though I was excited to receive an invitation to Taylor and Beth’s wedding last week.

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But these two postcards arrived in today’s mail. The one on the left is from my sister, who beat her postcard back from Malta. The other is from my friend Elizabeth, who lives and works in Ramallah. I thought it rather unusual that two such similar postcards would arrive in the same day.

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It might be more unusual that these lovely spring flowers would arrive in the mail. Friends from my past sent them out of the blue to celebrate friendship and Easter.

Of course what the postcards and the flowers represent is the best part.

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One Response to mail

  1. Ridgely says:

    Love this, the postcards and the flowers! If I were wealthy, I would have fresh flowers in my house all the time! They feed me on so many levels!

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