Thunderbirds and Thank Yous

(Or how I am getting on with my snail mail endeavors)

Yes I am still trying to revive the lost art of letter writing. I am reading Jenny Colgan‘s Meet me at the Cupcake Cafe (What a gorgeous name for a book!) at the moment and the main character Issy observes that she thinks that is why people internet shop so much, so that they have a parcel to look forward to! Love this. I am not alone 🙂

My lovely auntie recently gave me some Thunderbird stamps, after I envied the one she stamped my letter with. This week I used one when sending a little card to a friend:

Cool eh? I also recently ordered Magical stamps because I heard you got Harry Potter ones. Actually, a girl on my course was horrified at being given Voldermort stamps when she asked for 6 first class ones for important application forms. She thought she would never be taken seriously. This cheered me up a lot.

I don't know if I can bear to use them!

At work we get books and stationary and stuff delivered monthly which we can have a look through and buy/order if we want. Last week there was a gorgeous box of thank you cards which I just couldn’t pass. You have to be thankful, my Mum always says.

I had an exciting idea of blackmailing asking people to write to me for my birthday. (See what I did there!) But it’s not for a few months so I will just concoct a plan in the mean time 🙂

Author: Fiona @ lifelyricslemoncake

2 thoughts on “Thunderbirds and Thank Yous”

  1. I will definitely write to you for your birthday! I admit, I’m failing horribly at my attempt to send people postcards. I keep forgetting to buy any postcards but I’m sure if I had them lying around staring at me that I’d get a move on. I’d like to think so anyway.

    Those are lovely stamps.

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