Vintage in My Mailbox

It’s “hump day,” and as usual by midweek, exhaustion has a strong grip on my mind and body, so I’m dropping in with a quick post to share the vintage photography postcards I received yesterday.

The postcard below tells the story of my life–a book in my hand, glasses nearby, ever mindful of the time.

This one speaks to the creativity breaks I’ve purposefully taken to maintain sanity and balance–photo walks, capturing the splendor of autumn and the intriguing sights in the places I travel throughout the day(s).

Christine B sent both to me–the first one because she thought I’d like it, the second one because the camera and photos remind her of me. Of course, I love both because…there’s something about vintage photography. 😉

One of the things that attracts me to vintage and antique things is they have stories, and even if I don’t know the stories, I make them up. –Mary Kay Andrews

Until tomorrow…

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  1. christine Brooks

     /  November 15, 2017

    Happy hump day. so pleased to add a little joy to your heart.
    Enjoy

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  2. Christine is a treasure 🙂 Thanks for sharing 🙂

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  3. Gorgeous pics. I have a treasure trove of vintage photos from my gran. I need to digitize them.

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  4. I had a big Thursday hump today. I decided to adjust my level of activities to it (which I’m not very good at yet). I got my reward: I was able to avoid a great big awful fight in our household by remaining the calmest person. I’m so happy about that!

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    • Wow! Good for you! I’m glad you worked past that moment and kept everything calm. Celebrate! And yes, Thursday can feel like a “hump” to get over too.

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