I'm delighted to be receiving so much wonderful Mail Art -- I love my daily trip to the mailbox. I've been trying to document (by blogging) all the Mail Art that comes to me, plus a few of my own…Continue
"Just received your awesome purple collage card and the postcard of the dairy from Soviet-era Russia in today's mail. Thank you so much! And I am glad that you liked the mail art that I sent you awhile back as well. Hope that…"
"Coincidence!Got your great collage card today, thank you! Immediately I recognized the little girl that I once used in a mail art. Now I cannot remember where I got her, even don't know who she is/was. Do you? "
"That is sad news and good news, thank you for sharing!
I wanted to vote for the name ‘Martha’ but the name was not available. I think Branwen a great name (by the way, Winifred or Winfried happens to be a male name here in NL). Your…"
"Remember I reported that Merlina, the Queen Raven resident in the Tower of London was missing? I am sad to add now that she never came back.
But these lovely chicks ravens have been born now...
Read all about it here and at the bottom of the…"
I love the idea of making something and immediately sending it away to someone, for free, for fun. I usually take a day or less to make my cards and it suits my short attention span. It's very gratifying to hear that someone was both surprised and pleased by their small gift. I also like the occasional collaboration with other mail artists.
My Mail-Adress (snail and/or E-mail)
814 Jackies Lane
Eugene, OR 97404
Just received your awesome purple collage card and the postcard of the dairy from Soviet-era Russia in today's mail. Thank you so much! And I am glad that you liked the mail art that I sent you awhile back as well. Hope that you are having a nice Spring! - Gail Anderson
Coincidence! Got your great collage card today, thank you! Immediately I recognized the little girl that I once used in a mail art. Now I cannot remember where I got her, even don't know who she is/was. Do you?
Just wanted to let you know that I received your "Oh! Happy Day! card today and love it! As for my maiden name of Coots, I have been researching some family history on Ancestry.com. Through their family tree feature, I traced that part of our family back to Scotland. Originally, the name was Coutts. Then there was a huge family fight, and some of the members of the Coutts family came to the United States and the name was changed to Coots. I remember my Dad telling me about this years ago, but it didn't seem real to me until I saw it for myself in the family tree.
All of our immediate family has taken the DNA test from Ancestry. Earlier this year, my husband was contacted by a half brother named Michael. We had heard rumors about the existence of a kid outside of the family fathered by my husband's Dad, but until the DNA tests were taken, we didn't have any proof. Michael has met my father-in-law and hopes to meet our family this summer. Our family is talking about going out to California on vacation, but we haven't made any definite plans just yet. My father-in-law and his wife live in Goleta, California, which is right outside Santa Barbara. Michael and his family live in Madera, California, which is about 4 hours away from Goleta.
My husband will be home soon, so I better sign off. Sorry that I haven't made any ATCs for the Facebook group, but work has been busier than usual. However, I do enjoy looking at the ATCs that other people in the group have done. Talk to you later. - Gail Anderson
Thank you for the great Pavlova card. Love it! I received it yesterday (3/21) and it made it through the mail okay. Hope that you and your family are staying safe and healthy! - Gail Anderson (booboo_babies)
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