I'm delighted to be receiving so much wonderful Mail Art -- I love my daily trip to the mailbox. I've been trying to document (by blogging) all the Mail Art that comes to me, plus a few of my own creations. This seems to be taking more and more time. I wonder how some of you handle this--do you document every piece of Mail Art you get on this site. If you pick and choose, how do you make your selections. I am thinking of blogging one piece each day, rather than everything. This doesn't seem fair, but, I need the time to make art. Any helpful advice will be appreciated!

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If you just mention you got something from me and later some day sent me some mail, I'd be pleased.  Thank you.  Pam McVay

Hi Pam, I mailed something to you about a week ago.  I've noticed the mail has been slow lately.  Something from Florida took a couple of weeks, and someone from Germany just messaged me asking if I received their post card, which they mailed two weeks ago.  I also mailed some circle art a little over a week ago and no one has posted that they received theirs, I keep checking the group.  I don't know if it's in other places too, but I can tell you Massachusetts USA has reverted back to pony express.  hahahahahaha...

I did not yet receive it.  I once had mail coming to me from Guatemala.  It took over six months to get here!  The mail I sent there was rarely received.  I live next to British Columbia, Canada.  Mail to BC has to go through customs in Toronto.  It takes quite a while for postal communication between us.  You are about 3000 miles from me.  Who knows how many times it is routed and rerouted?  I am patient.  No.  I'm not!  I hope it comes Monday!  Hugs, Pam

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