Postcard of the Week


American Territory

Talofa! (a greeting, loosely translates to “I am happy and delighted to give you my love”)

American Samoa is a tiny (about 77 square miles) island, deep in the South Pacific and is a US Territory. And here’s an interesting little fact about this small island, with a population of less than 60,000: American Samoa has the highest rate of military enlistment of any U.S. state (or territory, for that matter.)

Pray for Snow

To breathe the air of angels!

I’m guessing they pasted a skier on this mountain scape, right? Is this jump even possible? Well, thinking about all that snow just makes me want for a cup of hot cocoa. Cheers!

This One’s About the Stamp

Not all stamps are rectangular?

I think this was the first time the stamp jumped out to me, as opposed to the postcard. Certainly this postcard was sent with love.  I can’t recall another stamp with a shape other than rectangle, unless I haven’t being paying attention?

Happy Thanksgiving!

It’s a Thanksgiving Postcard!

Lazlo Toth, Harry Jarvis, and Mary Hartman come up now & then. Rarely do they have anything to do with the topic at hand, as we see in this postcard. Regardless, this darn postcard has a turkey on it! And, that fits the season at hand. I hope the good things of life be yours in abundance. Happy Thanksgiving!

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