Today I’m sending a Sunday Postcard instead of a letter. I just got home from a week at the lake, and I’m not organized enough to write a letter. Still, I wanted to say hi.
Postcards are a fun way to send greetings, a small slice of travel delivered to someone’s mailbox.
When I was a kid, I loved to send postcards to friends when I was away on summer vacation. Or I sent them back home to my parents and little sister from camp.
There wasn’t much room on the card to write all my exciting travel news, but I always ended with wish you were here.
Even when I didn’t.
Who wanted their parents tagging along to cheerleader camp?
Another thing about the postcard…usually I arrived home before my postcard.
Sorry I cheated this week.
Longer letter later!
Grace Grits and Gardening
Farm. Food. Garden. Life.
Brett Young, Sunday of the Lake
Perfect postcard! When my girls went to camp they often made it home before their letters arrived. Glad you had a good time at the lake. Enjoy your week!
I always enjoyed postcards from you and Staci when you were off somewhere. Love your postcard today.
A postcard always says to me: “I’m having fun but I am still thinking of you!”
Thanks for thinking of me!