IT WOULD HAVE BEEN MORE GENEROUS …

… to send the chocolate instead of the empty flattened wrapping turned into a postcard. But who am I to complain? Shouldn’t I be glad that I receive any mail art at all once in a while? This is just the seventh piece this year.  Anyway I shan’t need a big box for keeping the 2017 harvest. Merci beaucoup dear Artist in Seine!

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Who doesn’t like something golden?
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And what’s the red feather for?
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5 thoughts on “IT WOULD HAVE BEEN MORE GENEROUS …

  1. Feather to tickle your fancy. You know what you have to do get Mail Art, don’t you. But I wish I could quit like you.

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    1. “To tickle one’s fancy” – I heard that expression in 1967 for the first time at all when listening to Frank Zappa’s famous album ABSOLUTELY FREE. It’s on the track BROWN SHOES DON’T MAKE IT. I won’t join again, dear Artist. Why not? Because Herr De Villo Sloan hasn’t sent me anything in reply of my fine postcard of 2016 yet.

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  2. ChocoPo and Golden! (even without real choco it is yummy 🙂
    …and if ya want more mail art, then send out to many and ye shall receive
    (usually 30%)
    SMILE!
    xxx Kate

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  3. I haven’t been too serious with that comment. Actually I don’t mind getting something once in a while only. It’s more relaxing than feeling obliged to many senders all the time. And who knows how things will develope? Still I answer every bit somebody has sent me.

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    This piece of chocolate I had received from Jen Staggs in July 2011. It was Mexican style and tasted kind of strange for my tongue.

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