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
"That super Raven Woman should have a whole comic dedicated to it. What about it, Kayenderes? Maybe called Merlina, it is a great name for sure.
Yes Sabrina, we are, we have brexited against my last flimsy hopes. I am so sad.
"Beautiful Raven Woman, Kayenderes!
And Martha, thank you very much for writing about the Tower Ravens. I had never heard about them before, and it is good to read that people are caring for these amazing and beautiful birds. Ravenmaster must be a…"
"The following is from the BBC, which tries hard to show it is not only Covid, Brexit and Trump that worries the nation:
The Tower of London's "queen" raven is missing and feared dead, according to staff at the fortress.
"One can hardly call ''Soviet era dinars'' since former Yugoslavia broke the ties with former USSR in 1948. Regarding that particular banknote, it is worthless now (was in circulation during 70's until late 80's.
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
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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