Wednesday, July 4, 2012

Texas Postcards anyone?

To those of us celebrating, Happy Fourth of July.  

I have a small selection of postcards from Texas which I have scanned and posted below.  If anyone collects them and would like the real thing, I would be happy to send this collection to anywhere in the world.  Just leave a comment and let me know you would like me to send them to you.  If I get a lot of people I'll toss all the names in the hat and get Gregg to pick one out.  Whoever's name is chosen I will mail them off as soon as possible.  That person can write to my luvinwildlife@gmail.com address with an address.  I will have the offer open until the end of the week when the names go into the hat.
















12 comments:

  1. Fun! Did I miss the jackalope?


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  2. Adorable postcards, you prepared here a great collection!
    Léia

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  3. Nice cards Denise. I collect cards but only of my home town Faversham and Margate, so they would be wasted on me.

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  4. I don't want them but I laughed at the "Howdy from the Lone Star State" one. :)

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  5. they made me laugh - yup, right at home. :)

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  6. I always get one when I travel for my neighbor who really likes them and never goes anywhere.When he mom was alive I also included newspapers for her.

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  7. Fantastic collection. I am greeting

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  8. What a lovely assortment Denise. I do collect them as a matter of fact. The ones sent from friends and relations from holiday. I keep them in flip over photo albums so that I can read the messages and dates on the backs. The trouble is that these days we get texts instead of the lovely picture postcards. Hope all well with you. A x

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  9. A really lovely collection, Denise!

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  10. absolutely loved seeing that beautiful collection, denise!
    thanks for sharing it:)

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  11. I knew I liked you from the start. You are from the UK and you like stuff from Texas. I'm the opposite. I'm from Texas and love stuff from the UK.

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