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I saw a thread on not participating in InCoWriMo, but I am participating. I thought it fair to hear from our side. I need reasons to use my pens, and letters are my primary way. I have pen pals. I am using the Travelers Notebook calendar insert Weekly and Memo. I have succeeded at InCoWriMo in 2013 and 2019. I hope to succeed like I did last year. I wrote to pen pals, and people on an InCoWriMo list. I also wrote to some companies. When I wrote to Reeses, telling them about my love of their peanut butter cups, and a few of their other candy bars, I got a reply letter. It included coupon
Hello all, I often print postage labels for small packages from the US Postal Service website and as I was perusing the area where you can purchase stamps, I came upon this very nice-looking souvenir sheet called "Classics Forever". It's a sheet of six stamps commemorating US postage and "in appreciation of stamp collectors and philatelists everywhere". They feature Washington, Franklin and Lincoln in various styles as based on postage from the mid-19th century. They are very handsome stamps. The mediocre cellphone pics just don't do them justice. What really strikes me is that they
I just completed a very nice purchase of a Mont Blanc 146 with a man who sent me the Pen from Poland. The stamps are really wonderfully weird, The flower stamp at the top is pretty normal, but what is the meaning of the man with the square white rectangle in from of his face with black holes for eyes? Is this an homage to bureaucracy, (notice the stamper on the right and the phone on the left). Is he anonymous? Anyone from Poland (or any stamp enthusiast) have a story for this intriguing stamp? The Lone Customs Inspector? Thanks. http://i1005.photobucket.com/albums/af174/fabienne301/photo_zps