I'm certain that every one involved with this eternal network has their own way of doing things; that is one of the great joys of the thing.
I have been busy for the last month doing acres (so it seems) of collage and dozens of envelopes so incoming mail has been largely put by until a more auspicious time. Today was the day and I have just spent a delightful hour as a sort of island in a sea of post! Wonder after wonder; generosity piled upon generosity!
My September is now spoken for as I will be busy catching up with all these new conversations - as well as a couple of old ones re-invigorated. The mail box will still be open though so don't forget me.
I will begin scanning things and posting here tonight but first I have two failures to report; two envelopes returned as 'undeliverable'. The one that really amused me was the one to Merhl Bennett marked 'insufficiently addressed'. It seems, upon a second look, that a couple of numbers from the code have fallen off. Despite the return address label the envelope has been opened, I suppose on the chance that there would have been a complete address inside. There wasn't and it seem something I could well do next time. In any case, I have another pointing finger for my collection - I do so love 'em. . .