Samstag, 26. Dezember 2015

A lot of incoming letters! (Part II)

Without a long wait, here is part two of my incoming letters. And as I really got a lot of mail there will definitely be a third part in the next days. I should do it more regularly again ;)

Just like the last post I'll start this one with a letter from Ines. Shortly after we met in London, where I gave her my reply to her last letter in person she wrote me a reply - this girl is just way too fast sometimes! It's a Chirstmas letter inside a Christmas card with some Christmas goodies. And she put Christmas confetti inside the envelope so my whole floor was covered with it. I HATE when people do this, to be honest ;D


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And another letter from Stephanie from Germany. I love that we make our letters so simple so that there's no distraction and it's all about the content of the letter. Hopefully I can meet her in person soon ♥


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I really wished I could've shown you this letter earlier, but after we thought it got lost and she was about to write a new one it suddenly reached me. It got stuck at customs for over a month! Just because she had send some sweets. Or maybe HONG KONG sounded too suspicious, who knows? So, this is the first letter by Vicky from Hong Kong. Hopefully it won't take two months again for her replies. Stupid customs!


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Then I finally got a reply by Sarah from Germany. It's only her second letter but she's a real nice person! Just like a lot of my recently gained penpals she lives in a city next to mine :D Her letter is a folded Christmas themed one and so lovely! I mean... look at this adorable meerkat Christmas card *____* Meerkats are by far my favourite animals and this card is soooo cute! She also included some tea from the Maledives where she has been for her honeymoon in November. That was also the main topic of her letter: stories about the trip. I am SO jealous! 



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Here is a second letter by Kamilla from Denmark. Never expected her to answer my last letter as fast as she did! She included a postcard of Kopenhagen (I love to receive postcards from the places my penpals live at!) and I really love her envelope although I usually hate the colour pink, haha.


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This letter from Michelle from America reached me quite unexpected. We had agreed to become penpals quite a long time ago and she wanted to write the first letter but not until now I received it. And I have to say: this was totally worth all the waiting! This is definitely one of the most amazing letters I've received recently. She had put soooo much effort into it and there were surprises everywhere. Can't wait for her future letters ♥




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This one is from my lovely penpal Alieke from The Netherlands. Everytime one of her letters reaches me I get excited like a little child on Christmas as she was the first person I ever received a penpal letter of and since then our friendship just became stronger and stronger with every letter. We send each other little gifts with the letter, BUT it is definitely more about the letters as we can write for ages without getting the other one bored. She is such a fascinating person ♥ Hopefully I can meet her soon next year and visit a medieval market with her! 
 


Kommentare:

  1. I also hate the confetti in an envelope! On one of my birthdays I had my whole room covered in confetti and glitter! Now I luckily know who usually uses confetti so I'm always careful when opening their envelopes :D

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  2. I nominated you for the Liebster Award! Check out my latest post to see the rules. :)
    www.helmisletterbox.blogspot.com

    All the best,
    Helmi

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