Happy Chinese or Lunar New Year! I'm a little late to it, but I hope you all had a chance to eat some dim sum or dumplings.
If you've followed the blog for a while, you'll know that postage stamps are some of my favourite things. I've spent more time than I'd like to admit on the Canada Post website, Vintage stamps are especially beautiful, but are a bit harder to come by and can sometimes be more expensive, so I'm always haunting the Canada Post website to see what new stamps are out.
As someone who loves everything about sending out snail mail (writing letters, finding stamps, addressing envelopes,going to the post office or mailbox...), Christmas is like... well, Christmas.
With all the excitement of the Scriptus Toronto Pen Show, I think I needed a week or maybe two weeks to recover, but there's no rest for the weary! This past weekend was the Toronto National Postage Stamp Show.
I recently bit the bullet and began making my way through letters that have been piling up. I used to be not so bad, but actually this pile-up has been around since...InCoWriMo in ...February. The irony is not lost on me (not writing back during the official correspondence writing month...).