Thursday, May 28, 2009

Postcard Friendship Friday: plus ça change...




"Plus ça change, plus c'est la même chose"


According to the dictionary: " the more that changes, the more it's the same thing"


Addressed to Miss Pearlie Richardson, Meadville, PA, April 18, 1911.

"Dear Granddaughter have written to you but have not got any answer. I would like to hear from you to know if you are well. From Grandma to Pearl."


Guilt guilt guilt! Text or e-mail your grandma right now! That Victorian invention, the telephone, still works too. Someday your grandma or grandpa may not be there.



viridian

15 comments:

Postcardy said...

So many messages more or less say "please write" or "sorry I haven't written."

REDLAN said...

so unique postcard. i like the color combination of white and green.

imajica said...

my grandma is here at home right now :P luckily. she can receive texts but doesn't have email.

Happy PFF!

imajica's postcards!

x

Sheila said...

I really thought that was going to be a card from Ireland, but probably it was the green decoration that made me think that. Or the fact that my grandmother lived in Ireland and used to wonder how I was....

Debby said...

This is a beautiful card.
debby

Chandy said...

LOL, but you are right we should call our grandmas or talk to them or just find ways to show them we love them.

What a neat postcard!

Bob of Holland said...

A beautiful postcard. Thanks.

Terry said...

Hi
Happy PFF :)
Thank you for sharing this beautiful card.
Hey there are lots of free online sites for postcards so e-mail those family members.
I know that mine love getting online postcards.
I still like the old fashioned kind myself.
I am so glad you shared this one the colors are great and so is the writting.
Have a wonderful weekend.
Happy Trails

Daryl said...

I hope she got in touch ... Happy PFF!

Marie Reed said...

Ok.. I actually needed this guilt trip! I haven't talked to my Grams in a couple of weeks:) I'll call her today! Happy PFF my dear!

Pearl Maple said...

Recently found the postcard Friday party and really enjoying all the beautiful images everyone is sharing. Thank you, this is just beautiful.

Evelyn Yvonne Theriault said...

I love these cards with the framing and the detailing. I haven't collected any yet because for now I've been focusing on cards that show as much as possible of certain scenes that related to my family history work.
Thanks for sharing,
Evelyn in Montreal

Kirby3131 said...

I love the guilt! I'm just howling over here. Too funny.

irenka said...

How fun to have a old card like that.

Beth Niquette said...

How beautiful. Thank you for sharing this. I thoroughly enjoyed them! Happy PFF--a little late!

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