I'm back to writing letters, after about a month of missing the process. Part of the reason is that the USPS needs us to buy stamps and to send letters and postcards, but there is also the fact that I've missed writing letters and decorating envelopes. I have some unanswered letters from before the lockdown, but I've received several more in the last week. Leaving the letters in isolation for three days or so only heightens my anticipation to open and read them.
Postcards to the grands went out today, and maybe tomorrow I will have something else for the mailbox.
Erin's letter went out Monday
Outgoing postcards to the grands today
Embroidery: I started this two weeks ago and haven't worked on it since. I have a bunch more quotes that I intended (still intend?) to include. The incomplete quote: "Poetry is thoughts that breathe, and words that burn." --Thomas Gray I thought this would keep me occupied, but for some reason, it fell on the back-burner.
After all, there are so many things to keep up with, including feeding the cats and the birds.