Friday, January 31, 2014

Published 7:04 AM by with 12 comments

This Moment: A Month of Love Notes

{this moment} - A Friday ritual. A single photo - no words a few words - capturing a moment from the week. A simple, special, extraordinary moment. A moment I want to pause, savor, and remember. ~ Amanda

If you're inspired to do the same, come share your moment with me in the comment section!

A Month of Love Notes

Everyone gets bills and junk in their mailbox. How about a fun, free postcard? I'm going to send out one postcard every day during the month of February! So far, there are quite a few people on my list to send these postcards to around the United States (and a few overseas), but there are several extra that have not yet been assigned. If you'd like to receive one, send me your address through the contact box that you can find on the sidebar by scrolling down this page! I hope you do! 



Kim Corrigan-Oliver said...

How fun! I am doing something similar, only weekly throughout the year.

Will message you :)

Natalie, the Chickenblogger said...

This is a lovely thing to do... love notes, all month!
I hope you get lots in return, too.
Thank you for visiting Chickenblog~

Hannah White said...

What a wonderful idea!

Hope you have a wonderful weekend!

The Cherry Farm said...

That's such a sweet idea! My daughter would love that!! I will add my address if you want to send one to Ireland! :)

Jessica said...

What a wonderful idea! Love it!

We had freezing temps her this week and this is how we kept busy.

Have a wonderful weekend!

Shel said...

Oh my gosh, I love this idea! I will send you our address for sure!

Thanks for stopping by my blog today! It's always delightful to have a comment from you!

momentsofpeacemama said...

What a sweet idea! Real mail is always so awesome.
Happy weekend :)

becoming claudine said...

What a great idea!! And such wonderful looking cards!


sally anoyrkatis said...

That's another lovely idea. We'd love to receive a postcard if you've any spaces left? I'll message you. And I realise that you're not necessarily doing it to receive cards or anything else back, but we'd love to reciprocate, maybe at some random point in the year as a surprise?

Evelyn Hender said...

aw what a lovely idea :) said...

What a lovely idea. I've been making the effort to send real life cards through the mail recently. It seems so much more personal than email or even a casual phone call. said...

This is brilliant! What a good practice of taking some time out of each day to write a little something to share. I may have to do this. :D