The happy anticipation of a little piece of the world finding its way back to my mailbox--
This is what I am feeling.
This is where I gained it: Postcrossing's Homepage
Postcrossing is an online service that allows you to put your name in the hat, and then it will randomly choose someone, from somewhere on the globe, who would like a postcard sent their way. A real, live paper postcard. After they get your card, you become eligible to receive a card.
I couldn't resist. You might know how much I love randomness and the unexpected, and what could be more random and unexpected than getting a postcard from a stranger in Belize on a Tuesday?? And maybe you know how I am always so delighted when I get international visitors to this blog. So of course I'd love to get mail from people around the world, too.
I sat down and wrote four postcards. You can have five going at any time, but I want to purchase some truly worthy ones tomorrow. I mean, my little card could be the bright spot in someone's day...might as well try to make it worth their visit to the mailbox.
I think I hear the theme song for "It's a Small World" playing in my head right now....
Will the world feel smaller when I can share post cards with people thousands of miles away?
Or maybe this will be remarkably horizon-expanding.
Either way, I'm in.
With the climbing price of gas, I think I'll pay for my vacations with a postage stamp.