Friday, April 8, 2011

Postcard Friendship Friday: You and me


Postmarked April 13 1908 (I think) in Lynn Mass., and sent to Reginald Crawford, #810 Vanderbuilt [sic] St. Brooklyn, New York.

Message on the back: "thanks for the valentine it was very pretty.  Mamma has gone to England and I wish you were here with us.  Florence"

I think there is a love story going on here!  Note the labeling of the cherubs on the front.

I'm joining Beth for Postcard Friendship Friday.

Viridian

Remember: My meme Sunday Stamps opens again late Saturday night (USA time). Theme: Any kind of flowers.



10 comments:

Snap said...

yes, looks like there's a story here ... cupids for Easter ... who knew!!! :D :D :D Happy PFF!

Postcardy said...
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Postcardy said...

The cupids are reminiscent of Valentine's Day, but "you and me" must not have been very close if it took "me" two months to thank "you" for a Valentine.

Heather said...

such a lovely card.

MrCachet said...

Sorry Viridian that I haven't had a chance to play along with the Sunday Stamp meme. One of these days...

Postcard Perfect said...

Cute and sweet postcard and yes,I agree,there's a love story to tell. :)

Thanks for visiting my Postcard Friendship Friday.

Sreisaat said...

Awww - cute! The "you and me" label there reminds me of the "i heart you" carved on a tree.LOL.
I have to agree with Postcardy though ... what took so long in sending a thank you-reply? :D



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Sheila said...

It's a very pretty card, though I'd say it was unusual to have snowdrops on an Easter card. No more unusual than cupids though, I suppose.

Cheerful said...

wow, been more than a century, it is a beautiful card, i can feel the love...happy weekend! -Postcrossing Mom

Aimee Dars said...

What a delightful easter card! So delicate.

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