It's been awhile since I've shared a snailmail post!
I'm happy to share some fun INCOMING mail with you today.
I have the sweetest friends.
I received this sparkly little bottle from a dear friend in Iowa.
...check out all of these pretty treats!
All kinds of pretties for me to use on Valentines Day,
and a super sweet note, what will forever be kept in my treasure box.
Thank you for your friendship, love and prayers, friend!
You. are. loved.
Pictures do not do this beautiful letter justice-
it was amazing!! Totally see-through and filled with all kinds of Valentine decor.
I think I skipped from my mailbox, all the way inside my house!
Hearts, hearts, hearts.
Love, love, love!
I hung the garland in my dining room window.
It makes me happy whenever I see it.
Thank you for brightening my day.
You, my friend, are a treasure!
And how about this cutie piece of mail from Holland?!
I love the paper bag envelope, and white snowflakes.
Everything is so perfect.
And the treats inside?! Fabulous!
I can't wait to try the tea.
It was great to read your news, sweet friend!
You are so thoughtful and kind.
"We'll be friends forever, won't we, Pooh" asked Piglet.
"Even longer," said Pooh.
Some treats from a new friend in North Dakota.
I love these pictures-
I can't wait to make some of my own this Spring.
It's hard to tell in this picture, but the leaves on the tree actually lift up.
And I love how my friend sent me a penny.
Whenever I find pennies on the ground, I pick them up,
so it was really sweet.
Friends, you're treasures.
And I love you for that.
I hope to have lots of letter writing time this weekend,
so my next post will show off some of my outgoing mail.
Until then, I have one more special piece of mail to share with you:
A Valentine's Day card from my two nieces!
They each wrote me a letter, too.
So cute. I have their letters hanging on my cabinet,
and will one day be in my treasure box.
I can't wait to write them back.
I also received a really encouraging card from my friend, Casey.
Thank you, friend! It's in my treasure box.
I want to encourage you to take a few minutes to write a letter this week.
Even if you just write a few sentences-
by telling them how much they mean to you.
You won't regret it,
and it will surely make their day.
Here you can find: