Sunday, April 28

Sunday Postcard Art

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It is something Flemming and I have often spoken off. When we finally met at a friends house there had already been what seems like a million and one other chances for us to meet years before.

My aunt and uncle lived just a few streets away from where he grew up and since moved to a nearby village where Flemming was a boy scout with my cousin, frequently visited the small shop my aunt had. By some odd chance we ended up at different business schools although we could very well have ended up at the same. He later became the postman (or postal carrier or whatever the political correct term is) in my aunt’s neighborhood which let to quite a bit of joking once we started dating from my aunt which is what inspired me today where the Sunday Postcard Art theme is mail art.

We’ve always agreed that it was fate that didn’t have us meet until we did. We both had to be ready. Although he’s no longer a postman, he’s still the one that carries my heart around and I hope it’s a delivery he’ll never make.

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10 comments:

  1. Wonderful take on the challenge!
    thanks for playing.

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  2. A totally brilliant postcard and a lovely backstory.

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  3. Lovely story to accompany your superb postcard, Jeanet!

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  4. wow omg blown away by your postcard! thanks for playing

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  5. A fascinating and beautifully styled card!

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  6. Oh, this is a lovely card, and what a delightful story!

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  7. Such a lovely personal love story on your beautiful card. The pretty lady in the background is clearly waiting for the postman to call, and it is interesting that there is no face on the postman - you carry the picture of your loved one in your mind all the time. I like the text you have written on the card. Altogether a lovely story and an equally lovely postcard.

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  8. This is a wonderful postcard I really like the faceless postman the whole thing works together so well...fabulous work!

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  9. Wow, a wonderful, TRUE story & incredible art to go with it! Thank you! It's been a pleasure stopping by today :)

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  10. Wow so genial
    einfach mega giga schöööööööööööön!

    LG Irene CH

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