Skip to main content

More Cards for Gordon

A couple more cards to report for Gordon's birthday:

5. Ana Micaela, someone in Portugal I met through the luck of the draw on Postcrossing. She sent a fun card with messages in Portugese and English for Gordon, along with a letter for me.

6. Karen, a new blogger at I am Rushmore. You should check out her fantastic artwork on her blog. She graciously shared her talents with Gordon and me, too, and I wish I could do what she does!!

I think Gordon's really going to appreciate the cards and notes from everyone. Thank you!

Comments

Claudia said…
Great for all those Birthday wishes Gordon will love it!

I have good news for you! Every first of the month Sophia picks out the winner's name for my etsy shop and your name came out Maria! You get to pick your free item! Let me know your choice. Hope you are having a fine day!
No way!! How wonderful, Claudia. I'm going to let Maya pick this evening, and I'll send you an e-mail this evening.
K said…
YAY - I'm so glad you like the cards! Thanks for the shout. -Karen

Popular posts from this blog

If Nobody Speaks of Remarkable Things by Jon McGregor

The May selection for my work book club is Jon McGregor's If Nobody Speaks of Remarkable Things (2002). The novel follows various individuals in one neighborhood on a particular day, an ordinary day that ends with a terrible tragedy.

Here's the short set of questions I e-mailed to book club members yesterday, along with my own responses.

Did you have a favorite character, or one that spoke to you the most? Who and why?
The father with the burned hands is the one who stayed with me the most after reading the book.

Did you notice that the day on which the events unfold is actually the same day that Diana, Princess of Wales, died? Does knowing that make any difference in how you see the story? I wouldn't have made the connection if I hadn't just watched some of the coverage of the Royal Wedding. To quote the author, he chose this particular day because his novel is about how ". . .everyday miracles of life and death go unwitnessed in favor of celebrity and sensati…

Current Little Pleasures

Girls' weekend in Omaha with Maya and her friend.

Happy Buddha:  Sweet Orange and Cedar Shower Foam from RITUALS

Time for iced or blended peppermint mochas.

Shopping for little gifts for Maya's Japanese pen pal.  They were matched through their schools, and we're hoping she can stay with us for a few days this summer.

The flock of wild turkeys, foxes, and other assorted wildlife entertaining us this fall.

Thanksgiving plans to visit my sister.

Hallmark Channel's Countdown to Christmas is back!

Current Little Pleasures

Christmas Keepsake Week, July 14-23, filled with Christmas movies on the Hallmark Channel.

Sending Christmas (in July) cards with a Peace greeting to some of my favorite people.  Why not??

Scott Tube Free Toilet Paper--nothing to recycle.

Haagen-Dazs Coffee Ice Cream--always!

Baby Driver movie.

Seeing photos from my sisters and niece on Facebook during their Italy trip.  I can't imagine they will want to come back home!

What are your current little pleasures?