Friday, November 27, 2009

Happy Postcard Friendship Friday


It's only fair that you find neat postcards when with friends. Leslie and I had a stopover the other day whilst having an important appointment, and look what I found.

You know the old saying "the road to a friend's house is never long" well that is very clear in this card. This card was sent in 1913 down the road from one friend to another. And while I had intended to post this last week, (during Marie's friend/unfriend post) I think it is important all the time.


Welcome to this weeks Postcard Friendship Friday! If you're visiting and would like to join in the fun we would be thrilled;) It's easy! All you need to do is:

1. Have a blast with this mail theme! Examples include: any type of postcard, a photo of a mailbox, mailman, a stamp image, postcard altered art, or simply a photo of something that you find 'Postcard Perfect' etc etc etc!
2. Link in with Mr.Linky at the bottom of this post
3. Visit as many of the other participants as possible and leave comments! That’s what a blog party is all about!
4. Link back to the party from your post so that your readers can come and see what everyone else is talking about today! Please grab the badge if you'd like to add a bit of PFF colour to your post:)

7 comments:

Sandi said...

Beautiful postcard Irene. Thank you for sharing it! Hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving. Now on to Christmas! LOL
Blessings~

Sherrie said...

Hi!
That's a very pretty postcard to get from a friend! Have a great day!

Sherrie
A View of My Life

me again said...

That's a terrific postcard! I'm so sorry I was so sick yesterday; I'm so disappointed I missed the One of a Kind outing. I am feeling better today but definitely not back to 100%. I hope you had a great time at the show!

Beth Niquette said...

Lovely postcard! And it is of Prince Edward? Too cool! Happy PFF!

Postcardy said...

I like the telephone theme on your card.

MrCachet said...

I really like the "Hello". My kind of lettering! And the sentiments aren't bad either.

Sheila said...

It's a lovely card! I've noticed many of the old cards seem to be written to someone very nearby, though I don't believe I've come across one that's gone quite such a short distance!

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