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At 10:24pm on October 28, 2015, Bruno Cassaglia said…
At 12:26am on August 20, 2011, PIRO said…

Welcome bck after vacations Julie. Here is an address where you can start sendint art again:


HC2 Box 11073

Humacao, Puerto Rico


At 8:47am on May 16, 2011, Terry Reid said…
hi Julie

here is an invitation to pARTicipate in the SECREt eXCHANGE exhibitions...pass the invitation on to your friends, and let me know on my page if you will or won't be able to contribute; for details, go to IUoMA Events...or click on the link http://secretexchange.yolasite.com/   


Terry Reid

and hope to hear from you

(in facebook it is at :https://www.facebook.com/#!/profile

.php?id=100000748977585 )

At 2:35pm on March 8, 2011, Katerina Nikoltsou (MomKat) said…

Print out the name and address and don't forget the Post Code BEFORE "GRECE":




A do think a machine reads it and usually only the post code.

A few times mail for me has ended up on Fiji Island in the Pacific,

it must have a similar code ;-(

 Forget writing it in Greek, machines don't know Greek !

good luck...and just post it all together in another envelope?

I will appreciated the other stamps, too.

All the best.

At 8:34am on March 8, 2011, Valentine Mark Herman said…

Hi! Sorry to hear of the postal system blocking your artistic efforts -- I know that can be very, very frustrating. I'm involved with a sort of ongoing struggle with the French Post Office -- la Poste-- to see what I can get through the mail...to myself. I address bizarre envelopes to myself as part of my 'Envelope a Day' project that will reult in a local mail Art Exhibition this summer. On the back of every envelope I put (in clear, unadordened handwriting) my address -- which is exactly the same as the one on the front of the nevelope. So, if an envelope is marked the equivalent of 'Not accepted By the Postal System', it gets returned to me anyay;

Would you kindly move to Europe, and then I can save 15% on the cost of posatge to you? I agree: stamps are not cheap, especially when you do lots of mailings.

Hope to get your Royal Wedding piece safely.

Regards, Val

At 5:30am on February 24, 2011, Carl T Chew said…
welcome! :)
At 10:47pm on February 22, 2011, Bruno Cassaglia said…
si Grazie ... Thanks... bruno  :-)
At 12:12pm on February 15, 2011, Bruno Cassaglia said…

grazie !!!!! è arrivata la tua cartolina!!!

thanks !!!!! your card has arrived!   bruno

At 9:27pm on February 12, 2011, Valentine Mark Herman said…

Hi! Have respect for your elders, young lady! (Including me, because I am probably hundreds of years older than you -- see the photo below). I used to travel all over Europe for my company, and spent about 30 years visiting at least 4 different countries each week; I even lived in one country (Holland) and had offices in two others (Belgium and England). All that is now over as I was retired a few years ago. Now I only go to the UK every 2-3 months to visit my mother -- who is currently seriously ill. I'm so broke these days that I can't really afford to go anywhere at all, and if there isn't enough money towards the end of the month to put gas in my lil ole car (25 years old), then I just have to stay in the village. But I don't mind at all -- no travel, no money, no gas, just me, my woman friend; two cats, my music, stamps and art; Life ain't bad.

Hope your's is good, too.

Regards, Val 

At 10:12am on February 11, 2011, Valentine Mark Herman said…

Bonjour Julie,

I am very sorry that my bit of Mail Art upset your Mother. I ,ust admit that I have no recollection of what it was that I sent you (and her!). You might like to explain to her that sometimes I have this big cardboard box of bits and pieces of things and I delve around in it and see what I can come up with to make Mail Art. It's a bit like Found Art, I suppose. Othertimes I make a piece up with a definite theme in mind.

But I'm glad that YOU enjoyed my piece.

Oh dear!! More trouble is on the way, I'm afraid. I was in the Uk last week, and did a big mailing, including a piece to you. It's called 'After Miss Julie', and your mum might not like the reverse side of it at all.


Regards, Val

At 6:19pm on February 8, 2011, Karen Champlin said…

Julie,  Thanks for the mail!  I got it Monday.  Love the cats.  Yours is mailed!



At 10:01pm on February 4, 2011, Laura P (spopod) said…



Glad you liked it looking forward to your post!



At 4:30pm on February 4, 2011, Laura P (spopod) said…

Hey Julie,


My address is:

35160 Bunker Hill 

Farmington Hills, MI 48331


I sent you out something yesterday!

At 12:26pm on February 4, 2011, Maura Di Giulio said…

Hi Julie!

Would you like to participate on


Here informations:




At 2:44am on February 4, 2011, Karen Champlin said…
That's great news.  I'm excited!
At 2:14am on February 4, 2011, Bruno Cassaglia said…
thanks! . bruno
At 1:47am on February 2, 2011, Laura P (spopod) said…
Almost neighbors! I will send you mail art I do tomorrow. Now that the snow bomb has started it will be a good day to catch up my mail art and postings.
At 1:41am on January 31, 2011, Karen Champlin said…
Hello to you!  Let's exchange mail next week.
At 2:58pm on January 30, 2011, Bruno Cassaglia said…
web art - bruno cassaglia



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