The Postcard Project - February
hope you had a good time at your Superbowl extravaganzas yesterday. Now
that the fun is over, it's down to business.
If you haven't prepared
this month's mailing, get to it! More details below.
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We've had quite a bit of crappy weather here in Missouri. Last week we got
1/2 to 1" of ice, followed by a few snow showers. It's not fun. So mom
missed a good deal of work in January. That gives her first opportunity to
check the mail around noon.
I also mentioned last
month that Mom had gone to Houston. It saddens me to announce that Grandma
passed away shortly after last months newsletter. She will be missed
terribly. Mom said she got a 'condolance' card from someone in Arizona.
Whoever that was, thanks. She was touched to know that someone she didn't
know was thinking about her.
In case you didn't
know, my boring brother and I now contribute regularly to the
section of the website. If you wonder what Mom is saying and are curious
about her reactions, you can read about them there. You can also read
about the accusatory phone calls and how I proclaim innocence. Enjoy.
One thing I would
like to let you know is that when I was at Mom's house two weeks ago, she
had a collection of around 40 postcards in a basket. Since then, she told
me that she is receiving so much stuff that she had to move
everything into a drawer. She keeps stuff like this. She'll keep it and
look through it often, I promise. I've swiped a few things and posted them
in the Gallery.
The February Item
Thanks again to everyone who continues to make this a success. My brother
and I are having fun with this, and Mom is still baffled. Ok, so the
latest word is that it's my fault, but that's ok. I'll continue to blame
my brother. And he'll blame me.
February is business card
month. Find some business cards and stick them in an envelope to Mom. You
can write a message on the back of them if you'd like, just remember not
to mention me or my brother. Notes should sound like you really know my
Mom and are friends. If you have any US Air Force business
cards, don't forget, you get BONUS POINTS!
Lastly (It's hard
to be long-winded in an email but I'm pushing it, I know), I'll be putting
up a poll for all of my secret helpers around the country to decide the
March item. I'll put it up later on today, so make sure to visit
and vote for next month's item.
YOU GUYS ROCK!!
'Til next month
Chief Troublemaker and Almighty Blamer of Brother