It's December!

Can you believe it? It's December again and Christmas is just in three weeks. Which means I have three weeks of this semester left and then starts my holidays before exams.
I still have mail from November and I will start with it.
There's a letter from Belgium which I missed out in the folder with pictures once and just noticed it from the end of October.
 This one from Silvia.

Now the latest mail.
First one from lovely Tanja, Germany.
 From Rina, Japan. I was really surprised, because I last heard from her in January.
 P.S.Japanese snacks are always delicious and they are so different from what we have.
 This one in forest theme came from France, Tari. Her letters are enjoyable reading adventure.
 Previous week I was really spoiled by all of my Finnish friends. On Tuesday received the package from my internet friend Minttu who sent me a cd of my favorite Korean band, since she got another one. It's really a special girt to me, because it's my first album of the band and first album at all. I'm still so happy that I can't put it away and leave it alone. Also got two snacks, one of them (!) Green tea kit kat. Dreams coming true, now I won't forget the taste of it :)
 The delicious kit kat. I have never had tried powdered green tea but tried Sencha. If you ever had it you can imagine the taste too. Of course, a bit more sweeter than natural tea ;)
 On Thursday was spoiled by two other Finnish girls. Postcard from Lapland by Lily.
 The stamp is gorgeous.
 And from Tiia. Christmas greeting card, letter(one page in Christmas theme), tea, photos(the other one depicting her so it's not in here), brochure from train museum, train tickets and some stamps. She is a pal who will deffinately take in consider time of the year, any bigger holidays which is always nice.
 As a difference to it a Halloween themed letter came from USA, Nicole. Got two more FB's and now I have 4 of them. Who to send them?:/ The last letter of November.

And here's the first one of December, from USA again, Laura.

It's already time to prepare and send Christmas cards. I hope to make an update of that as well with the outgoing mail, because I can't quite remember the last time I did that.
I wish you all to get some snow soon because I'm hoping for it too.


It's an update

This is the other mail that I was late to update, everything that came until this week.
 Autumn in Japan.
 The astronomy stamp. And sorry for the poor quality.
 From Ana, Croatia. I could go on a tour in her city now.
 From Hristy, Bulgaria
 Karolina, Czech republic.
 Caddi, Germany.
 This box arrived from Germany too.
 Inside were the lovely stationery and envelopes with Alice in Wonderland.
 And gift with the cute letter. From Marie.
Louise, UK.


It has been a while. Time for letter updates.

I'm still confused over things since I can't get a hold of everything so there's a mess in my penpalling world too. I don't get many letters these days since I'm slow to reply and send them out but now I have an older update with all the mail I got since last time.
I feel bad for not updating more often. Sorry.

 This package and stamps in mail there are from my dear Lizzie from Sweden. She always spoils me, especially with horse things. Not sure why I have one shoe :'D
 This one with a bunch of postcards comes from Ana, Croatia. She was the one that spoiled me with postcards. But thanks to that my wall in room gotten prettier.
 Another long letter and equally amazing gifts came from Eve, USA. I just love her signature letter smell, it's either lotion or shampoo.
 From Laurita, my Lithuanian pal :)
Loooong letter that came all the way from Canada, Carolyn. I just loved the paper, some ornaments were really great. Also, notice how nicely her envelope is decorated.
These were the oldest mail, still from October. In another post I will look through the newest to catch up :)


Last but not least

Today, Oct.5th, got this letter from Korina, USA.
And oh look! Now I have all 4 different bonsai stamps. Wow.

Weekend is here and my plan is write as much as I can again. Wish me luck and have a nice weekend with letters too.
p.s. and watch out for the Autumn weather. I hope you all are healthy~

Green and blue

In the middle of the week got quite a lot of mail which had mostly green and blue colors in it. Take a look.
 Postcard from Korea, Ji-Yeon.
 Korean stamps.
 Blue envelope. From Usa, LJ.
 From Hulya, Turkey. Green envelope.
Another green envelope, a letter with sheeps and all the beautiful things from Marie, Germany.
All these colors are so nice to see when it's getting brown outside.

From William

Last Friday got this letter, yet it took me too long to update here. But here it is.


Colorful letter

Such letter came from Finland, Tiia, today.
I love everything - envelope, stamp, letter itself, all these old stamps and the postcard with sunset pictures.


Slow mail days

Hey guys, I have been slowly writing replies and I think they either in my hands, just sent, just ready to be sent or...I'm not sure where the rest of my pals are but I do hope they don't forget about me while I keep remembering them and wondering how are they doing.
Now I present you the latest pieces and I fear I won't get anything else for some time. That emptyness is scary, actually.

This lovely letter comes from Teja, Slovenia. The postcards is from her trip to Croatia. And I must say I really loved the tea - I never thought rooibos + vanilla could taste so good.
Not getting along with my camera I think. And photos are upside down no matter what I do. That technology.

From Lina, Germany. The unexpected letter that cheered me up. She included two postcards from Japan and...lot's of train tickets! And each of them has a story in the letter, can you believe it?

And a card from Canada, William. It surely fits in my horse card collection.
A long weekend awaits me,  I hope to catch up with as many letters as I can.


Beautiful update

And when I didn't thought I'll receive anything more lately due to my slowness in replying and beung behind mail, I still got spoiled.
These three are from the previous week - Wednesday to Saturday.
 From Ana, Croatia. Her last letter went missing and it's the saddest thing.
 Lots of hugs from Germany came from Tanja.
From Bree, Malaysia.
This week:
Postcard from Estonia, via Sendsomething.
Next was from Alison, Hong Kong...
 And gifts from Japan.
Finally, today I received a card from Egypt and letter from Tari, France.

 The close-up on stamps:
 And here's my reply and envie for Michi. I took long to reply to her and after everything was done I just had to take a picture of it. I hope she'll like it.