Bonjour mim! Long time no hear... William Shakespeare helped me make a Hamlet, 'Alas poor yorick!' piece for the 2nd Skull Appreciation Day. I'm not at all sure what it is that skulls appreciate, but I hope they enjoy my postcard; Hope you and Chuch and all are well. Bestest, Val
I received the coolest postcard from you- Thank you!! I LOVE the vintage stamp/mailboxes. And I think that Hindenburg stamp is the coolest rubber stamp ever- a great mix of mail history you must have found at the National Postal Museum. So cool! Thank you for thinking of me!
Hi Mim! Glad you received #950...now I have to work on the last 50 :-)
I had my goal #1001 set for April 1st....but I am not sure if I will mail out these last 50+1 this coming week. We shall see! I just returned from a week in Athens visiting son, Peter, and having SUMMER weather! Who wants to do art work indoors? :-0
Kalimera Mim, greetings from Athens! Thank you for the fun mail art that arrived on Monday...(but first getting internet here today).'Love the Monas, 'will definitely use them for collage! Yay! And 'Love this "red" that photographed "yellow-orange"????
Well, I liked ALL the goodies that you sent, envelope too! xxx
Thank you, Mim! The beautiful "FLY" bird CD arrived in today's mail, and no envelope and no problem! It is fantastic, Mim. I want to blog it with the other mail art that came in my mail box, but I have no "image" and link menu for my posts. ..something is "slooooow" with my internet connection perhaps.
Look at this! I received a Mim-Original , number 21A, via mail art recycling,enhancing, using-it-again from Pierpaolo and friend, Maurizio Follin in Italty. It was a great surprise to open an envelope from Italy, and a "Mim" pops out! Fun with Marilyn...:-)
Yes we arrived Friday. Still working on jet lag but have phone, metro card, wifi and food! There were some nice additions to the room, like the little trash can. Yesterday John found a drying rack which will be a nice addition. Paris is still as grey as when we left last year. Send me your home address and I'll send you an invite to my Open Studio.
You're welcome, Mim. And thanks for your card as well which I blogged on the photo page a while back. The image was the front cover of a chapbook of poems I made eons ago. Visions of incidental violence stay with us forever. see you in the mailbox....
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