I’ve had some good mail days recently:
It was an old, used postcard with a postmark from 1912. Laura wrote a new note around the old note, writing perpendicularly to the original message, popped it in an envelope and sent it my way. It was something old and something new at the same time! What a wonderful treat to find in my mailbox.
I especially loved the Robert Burns quote in the upper left: “Heaven spare ye lang to kiss the breath o’ mony flowery simmers.” Yes, please.