Wednesday, February 15, 2012
I got a handwritten letter from my cousin. What a beautiful thing such a letter could be! She was sending me something so she put a letter with it. It had a similar funny touch like the letters we wrote when we were eight or twelve. I should find them somewhere and show them, there was lot of drawing coming on along with a made up stuff, we were pretending we had little girls for daughters (or who knows what we were thinking) and experienced adventures with them. I wrote back. I asked for the real stamp at the post office to give my letter a bit of colour. They apologized for the stamp to be quite big. But that is what I appreciated about it. It almost did not fit the envelope. It added to the craziness of our mutual letter exchange. The stamp refers to a novel and an artsy cult film from the 1960s of the same name. I liked this double hint to the past fun and good stuff, both in and on my letter.