2013 month of buying tramadol online letters in review

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Last February I participated in Mary Robinette Kowal’s Month of Letters challenge. I made some wonderful friends and qerc.org collected some great ephemera. I saved all that in my smashbook but never posted pictures here (I realized a bit earlier today!). Since we’re on the www.agrietour.eu verge of a new Month of Letters challenge, I thought I’d post up my results from last year. In all three, I tried to find and block out addresses – I hope I found them all!

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This is the full double-page spread.

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This is the right-facing page. That fantastic frog comes out of the envelope and is a stand-up. The Hello card is from Mary Kowal.

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This is the left-facing page. I love all the colors!

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  1. Hey Mari! Another Documenter here! You might know me as the one who had your last name as my maiden name. Kari Adkins Spriggs. Do you by chance have any relatives in Corbin KY? My dad (the Adkins) is from Corbin KY! And its a rather large (massive) family. I can’t imagine being pagan in KY. Is it hard? I remember it being very much the bible belt. Much more so than where I grew up (Wyoming). Now i’m in Portland the land of all things awesome and pagan. :) Anyway hi! I’lm going to follow your blog now. What heck we may be related. :)

    1. Kari!

      I almost choked on my oatmeal! I grew up in Woodbine and graduated from Corbin High School. My Adkins branch is rather slim, though – but we could always compare notes. How cool is that?

      And another small world moment – I have friends and family in Portland.

      Being Pagan here isn’t as difficult as you’d think or as some would have others believe. I’ve been at this for 25 years now, and honestly the info cialis only difficulties I’ve ever had have come from other Pagans.

      You made my morning. I’m giggling like a little kid. Seems like the older I get, the smaller the world gets …

      Good Monday! :)

    2. Am sitting here reading your blog – I subscribed to your blog btw. And if we’re not related, we should be! You are so much like my sister Sandhi it’s ridiculous, and she’s one of my most favorite people on this planet.

      I tried commenting on your blog. But I’m having browser issues. It’s not liking Blogger lately for some reason. I’m on my way to the chiropractor here in a few minutes and am going to set a deep malware scan for while I’m gone.

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