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From one blogger to another…

On a day where I was frantically busy with work and last minute packing before we were to leave for our Singapore holiday, I unexpectedly received this heartwarming postcard from the lovely Ishita from Italophilia.

To stop and enjoy the moment when reading her personal and special message, was engaging. A few minutes out of my crazy day to enjoy the “old world charm” (as Ishita would say…) of reading a hand written postcard, was exactly what I needed!

So thank you my friend. Thank you for your support and your friendship and thank you for the lovely postcard and insight about the Amber Fort, Jaipur, India. I hope one day to visit your beautiful country too.ย  #Italophiliapostcards

You can read Ishita’s post on postcards here.

 

Ishita Postcard 2

 

Extremely grateful for making such wonderful connections through my blog.

Love the world we live in and appreciate the little things ย @ย #Forgiving Friday

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47 comments on “From one blogger to another…

  1. Great message. There is nothing better than getting a “real” postcard in the post. That means a lot of thought went into picking the postcard, buying the stamp, writing the message. So much easier to just send a quick email, right! She’s a true friend. ๐Ÿ™‚

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  2. How wonderful ๐Ÿ™‚ have a great time in Singapore ๐Ÿ™‚

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  3. Thank you so much for sharing, Lorelle ๐Ÿ™‚ So happy the postcard was received well on time and you liked it. Now its time for you to meet me in Jaipur!! ๐Ÿ™‚

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  4. It is lovely receiving something through the post and two bloggers have been kind enough to send me cards. Both came at the most opportune moments when I needed a little lift … it was as though there was ethereal kismet at work ๐Ÿ™‚ xx

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  5. Lovely postcard! I am visiting Jaipur this winter, definitely look forward to it ๐Ÿ˜€

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  6. What a little treat! Despite the convenience of the modern-world email system, nothing compares to receiving a hand-written letter/postcard at your doorstep. Hope you have a wonderful trip in Singapore. xx

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  7. What a wonderful idea this is. I love the idea of getting postcards, in fact I got one from my sister last week who’s in Spain at the moment. Lovely post Lorelle. Bloggers connecting, nothing better. ๐Ÿ™‚

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  8. Jaipur is so amazing – you should go! I love it there… and how nice to get a postcard these days ๐Ÿ™‚

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  9. That’s so lovely! It’s always so nice to receive a message in a physical form these days. I recently also got a 2 page letter from my friend and it was the loveliest surprise ever. โค

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  10. The pen still wields such force. I love a post card.

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  11. This is so sweet!! No matter how much people tout immediate, online communication, there is nothing like receiving a post card or a letter in the mail to warm you up!!

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  12. nice! I exchanged postcards with Ishita too:)

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  13. What a nice touch! I love to receive postcards and card for my birthday or anniversary. It just feel good to receive them .

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  14. Beautiful gesture ๐Ÿ’› I haven’t received a postcard in a very long while, by the way… ๐Ÿ˜‰๐Ÿ˜Œ happy Friday and weekend ahead

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  15. Lorelle I completely love this. What a beautiful example of appreciating loving connection … the little things that bring such richness in life. So glad you paused to be grateful & to receive it.

    Have a wonderful time in Singapore! I’ll share your post in my next Forgiving Fridays. So many blessings — Debbie

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  16. I love mail/post that isn’t bills, ha! Truly brightens my day. I used to be big on snailmail and postcards. Thank you for the nudge to get back to it! x

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  18. Oh Lorelle, thank you for sharing this again for #ForgivingFridays! This is such a shining example of the value of small kindnesses. I love how you are grateful for the little things in life. They mean so much!!

    Your traveling and sharing of it is a gift to so many. I’m happy to highlight this post for Forgiving Fridays this week. ๐Ÿ™‚
    Blessings,
    Debbie

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