You guys, I know, I know! All of a sudden I get busy, start hustling towards a new job, maybe sneak a trip in to my old stomping grounds and forget about your loyalty. NOT TRUE!
You should know that I'm just a wee bit better than that by now.
While the cat was away she may have played, but I also worked out a sweet deal with the company Lettr.co. The smart guys over at the Lettr company have developed a program that only requires a smart phone and Facebook account.
Access Lettr.co, take a picture where ever you are in the world of whatever you heart is moved by and pick a lucky person from your friends list. If you have the address great, if not that's okay Lettr will send them a message ( that you can tailor) explaining why their address is need. In a weeks time, guess what'll be sitting in their mailbox- YOUR POSTCARD.
A completely personalized post card! Your message! And your signature!
If you are anything like me and always moving when traveling then always moving when not traveling this is the perfect solution to staying connected with those you love and providing them with a personalized postcard from side to side.
I was so happy for the opportunity to send a postcard back to my dad who couldn't visit with the rest of my family and he was just as happy to see his daughters having fun and not spending his money shopping. The postcard is actually thicker than most you buy on the street and the picture quality is great with rich colors. It was better than any print I've received from a cell phone picture- I can only imagine the sharpness with a camera or photography tool for your camera.
Starting today, April 21, 2014, I'm giving away three free postcards to the first three lucky folks who answer the following question in the comments section:
Which providence did I call home in Spain while participating in the North American Language and Cultural Program?
I told you my absences was worth the wait, heck some of you might be hoping I disappear a little more often from here on out!
Until next time, Adios, Hasta Pronto, and Be blessed . . .