Hello dear Ryusho! Thank you so very much for the fat packet full of beautiful papers. And, to answer your question, I am always wanting more, more, more of these papers -- I don't seem to be able to make them myself, so receiving such a wonderful surprise from you is, well, wonderful! I will send you something that I create with them. Hope Syracuse is treating you well.
Ryusho, thank you so much for the fat little envelope FULL of goodies! And you lovely long letter! I know I can make use of all the "omens" you sent--the painted papers are beautiful. I'll send you back something as soon as I can!
Yes, I remember when you were George...Just saw some of your work the other day as I am currently taking an inventory of my mail art collection. Been in San Francisco for 20 years. Visited Japan several times during that period. You can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and we can discuss perforating.
Wow, thanks Ryusho for the gorgeous green and gold mail art piece. All that beauty came through the postal service completely unscathed! I keep wondering how in the world you do these pieces. This one looks like it was done with a stencil but if I tried it it would be a big mess, I know. I'm doing very well -- thanks in part to all the good wishes I'm receiving from our Eternal Network.
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