Hopeless no doubt.  So you ask, what does this Mail Art have to do with the 29th of February and what does the Clock group have to do with the 29th of February?  Well I'll tell you ... let me see, I had that thought in my mind, but now it's gone.  It will come back, just give me a second.  Forward !So here is what's it all about.  I starts out nice and easy, and finishes nice and rough.  A bit like the Ike and Tina Turner do Proud Mary.And then just gets completely complicated.And right down Kalendas.

Now I don't stand a chance trying to remember what does this Mail Art have to do with the 29th of February and what does the Clock group have to do with the 29th of February.  Besides, I stayed up too late last night opening Mail Art!

Thank you Phillip, make the best of your day.

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Comment by Katerina Nikoltsou (MomKat) on March 3, 2016 at 11:09am

Hmmm, perhaps I should have received Finnbadger's "calendar poem" of 27 January,

and InSeine should have gotten the one that arrived here:

...just for Birthday fun, too? hee, hee, hee...wanna do an exchange?

Comment by Katerina Nikoltsou (MomKat) on March 3, 2016 at 11:05am

The Clock Lovers loooove TIME...and 29 Feb.2016 gave us all extra TIME to make mail art :-)

and we should also collab with the Postal History Boutique group, too,

as "postmarks" on "postage" is being "posted" there, too.

(thanks for LaPoste, :-)

Comment by FinnBadger on February 29, 2016 at 11:59pm

Looking at it that way, it does feel like I hijacked a whole day, and that the theme is more about time than about clocks.  Remember, remember the 5th of November. That doesn't seem quite right, though...

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