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Want a postcard from the Holy Land?

Postcard to Michele

I like getting mail. You probably do, too. So, since you’re reading this—and I’m pretty damn happy—I’d like to send you a postcard! Just leave a comment on my Facebook page and I’ll DM you to get your address. Or leave a comment on this post and be sure to include an e-mail address in the field so that I can e-mail you to get your mailing address.

The photo above is a postcard I sent to a friend from Egypt. Not sure what happened to the top half of the card. Likely a shark got to it.

Oh, and Alison C., I haven’t forgotten about you! I’ve just been really lazy and haven’t gotten around to buying postcards. Maybe this post will actually get me to do it!

  1. Anonymous says:

    I’m sorry, but that postcard is awesome. I think it makes it much more authentic that it arrived in just half a piece! Too bad you weren’t sending it from South Africa… =)

  2. Lilypatel8 says:

    yes, yes, please! hhm, if you send me your address, perhaps I can send you a couple of lines.

  3. nectarfizzics says:

    I like postcards!
    Miss you, so glad to hear that you’re having fun!

  4. Giulia says:

    Me! me! me! :-)

  5. Dustin Main says:

    Is it too late? Since I’m traveling, I’m not in a position to receive postcards, but I’ve had a few traveler friends send one to my Mom. She loves postcards! I’ll even send one to one of your friends/fam members!

  6. Anjali Verma says:

    Yes i want this.. postcard is awesome.
    Fore more info

  7. Mimiru says:

    Hi! ) I want a post card too ) Send me one please if you still sending them. Thanks you in advance.

  8. Stephanie says:

    I would love to get a postcard if I could!

  9. Melvin says:

    I would looove to get a postcard from you from Israel! Great idea!

  10. Brandy Bell says:

    heck yes! Fantastic blog idea- wish I’d thought of it myself!

  11. alisha says:

    YES PLEASE! I’ll send you one from NYC: [email protected]

  12. enrolled agent cpe says:

    This is a great idea. It reminds me of the service they have at Taipei 101 where you can send postcards with a specialized 101 stamp that can only be bought there at the observation deck.

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