Kickstart the postcards

I am currently considering creating a kickstarter campaign for a world-wide, mail-art project reaching every continent and every country. What do you think?

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These past 6 weeks

Right around the time of my last post on this blog I began working on http://Affirm.Me a peer to peer life coaching service. Most of my free time has been channeled to this effort. I am excited to present it to the world because it will give everyone a tool to easily help and show love to one another.

I was in an auto accident on the 11th of November. Nobody was hurt. My car is still in the shop.

Next came Thanksgiving. While it is not an unplanned event, I did bake pies and other foods.

On the 4th of December a long-time friend of mine died suddenly and tragically. My emotions are a mixture of sadness and anger. It was entirely preventable. Time and care are what I need.

There are many postcards to tell you about and in the coming days over the winter, holiday break, I will post them.

Thank you for visiting Return2.me, for volunteering to place cards, for discovering them and for returning them to me.

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Casper

I don’t have a picture of the volunteer or where she placed this postcard. A friend of mine was travelling across country and I gave her half a stack of postcards to take with her. I was happy to see that a couple of her placements came back.

Magazine Pimpin'

Magazine Pimpin'

artwork | volunteer | placement | link

169 I'm With Stupid

169 I'm With Stupid

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Born in a War

Modernist Reaction

Modernist Reaction

artwork | volunteer | placement | link

168 Revolt Against Fate

168 Revolt Against Fate

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Birthing with Clarity

No sign of postage on this one. The instructions are in Italian so I know thatĀ Giuliana placed it. But it must have been in March or April since it is a 4th batch postcard.

167 Birthing with Clarity

167 Birthing with Clarity

artwork | volunteer | placement | link

neostatic02 Batch #004

neostatic02 Batch #004

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Rain, A Little Better

Yay Rain!

Yay Rain!

artwork | volunteer | placement | link

166 Dinner in Seattle

166 Dinner in Seattle

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Cursive

My son is 7 years old and I know how difficult it is for him to write his name in cursive. That’s why I am very impressed at Emily’s name here on this card. She is Miranda‘s daughter. Miranda is the volunteer that placed postcards all over the U.S. during her cross-country trip.

Emily Emily

Emily Emily

165 Miranda & Emily
165 Miranda & Emily
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