Thursday, January 6, 2011

Postcard Project - The Wintertime Version

It's Postcard Project time again.

Unfortunately, this time you will not be receiving a card from St. Croix, Belize, Mexico or any of the other exciting places that the Farmer and I have visited. You'll simply get a postcard from plain old snowy Illinois

I'm creating these cards from one of my photographs, no peeking though, you have to sign up in order to see which photo I'll be using.

Here's how it works. Just leave me a comment saying that you want a postcard, then e-mail me with your address. It's that easy!

I already have some of your addresses but just confirm with me to make sure.

Here's my e-mail:

Abscissa63@aol.com

Thanks for participating. I love to send postcards!

Wish you were here.

26 comments:

Melissa Jo - mjp photography said...

I'd love to get a postcard...I love your blog and Monday morning meetings...SO fun!

melp88@frontier.com

Suzluvsflowers said...

I would love to get a postcard! Always look forward to reading your blog :)

Adele said...

I would love to get a postcard from old snowy Illinois. Especially up here in old snowy Northern Minnesota.

I really appreciate your blog, you have an interesting point of view, which comes thru in your photos as well. Thanks.

Vee said...

What fun! No need to send one here, but I hope that you get many takers. It's a fun way to find out who's reading. Enjoy snowy Illinois today.

Kay said...

A postcard from snowy Illinois sounds wonderful! Especially since we have precious little snow in NC... Love your blog - it's nice to "meet" real people on the interwebs. :)

Pat said...

I would love a postcard. Georgia sees snow rarely, which draws me to your winter posts regarding snow. I so enjoy your Monday morning staff meetings and treats!

Bailie said...

I enjoyed your postcard project from last time and I would love another!

Millicent said...

Oh, I love the postcard project. I can't wait to see what you've done. Happy Winter! It's going to be in the 60s today in Texas.

Anonymous said...

Hi Suzanne - I am BellaDella's Mom and my name is Janice. I always follow your blog as a non-blogger, but am working on setting up my own blog. I would love to receive a postcard. I am a big collector of postcards and any other vintage cards. I always love stopping by for a visit!

MelissaD said...

I'd love another postcard from you! Just spent the holidays in snowy Lake Tahoe and although I'm tired of shoveling the white stuff, it makes for beautiful photos.
Got to play a bit with my new digital SLR camera too - woohoo - so looking forward to YOUR photo!
Not sure if you still have my address from last time so I'll send it to you via email.

Kat said...

Oh good grief! But I JUST sent you your card in return, and now you're sending them out again? I'm such a loser...

Anonymous said...

I'd like a postcard!
Mary from Redding, CA

Terri said...

I want one, too! I think you have my address!

Pamela said...

Oh boy! I'd love to get a postcard from you! I love getting real mail! I love your adventures and your stories!

Liz in PA said...

Yes Please! :-)
I love receiving postcards! ♥♥♥

Liz in PA

Courtney :) said...

Would be delighted to receive a postcard from you!

Taryn said...

This sounds like fun! I would love to receive a post card. *giddy*

Heidi said...

You do the COOLEST things! I have sure missed you!! When can we 'chat' via email again?? HHMMM.. hugs and when you head north - keep us in mind!

Sherry said...

Hello. New to you blog..I'd love a postcard.

Anonymous said...

Emerging from lurkdom to say that I'd really love a postcard, too... unless international postage is a problem?
Snailmailgirl in Berlin

Nancy H. said...

I would love to have a postcard from you, and it would be even nicer if you could attach some mac and cheese!


Nancy5678@aol.com

Mary Rex said...

I would love to get a postcard, and send one back to you as well. I have been saving something for you ;D

Jenn said...

I'd love to receive a postcard!

Linda said...

Love a postcard from a fellow Il. farmgal. I don't live all that far from you, I don't think!?!

Anonymous said...

i think your blog is wonderful..i visit from time to time :) i would love to receive a postcard and if you'd like one from me i would be delighted!

Theoni

tqueen said...

I teach kindergarten in Georgia and we have a post card project too. It's my way of introducing our country and sometimes other parts of the word to my students! Normally, parents have to beg memebers of their family to send postcards and then they have to find the city on the map. It will be a nice change for me to get one. If it isn't too much trouble can you send one with something intersting or fun about your state? A picture of SNOW would be GREAT! We don't get much here!
tracylqueen@gmail.com