Letter Month 2015 Week 3

letter month letter month letter monthletter monthletter monthDuring week three, I definitely slowed down a bit, but I don’t have that “burnt out” feeling that I’ve experienced in previous years. Something was written and sent every day (except Saturday’s package–I missed the drop off time because I had book club and didn’t get my act together in time!)  The top picture shows Sunday, Monday and Tuesday’s mailings–Monday was a holiday so everything got sent on Tuesday. I found myself relying on postcards again, and I sent a thank you note, a note to a friend and a birthday gift. This week–the last week of Letter Month–I am planning to finish strong. I want to end on a high note and be all caught up in my letter ledger for March. I also want to visit two of my neighborhood blue boxes that I haven’t used yet. It has been incredibly cold, so I found myself relying on our lobby mailbox and using the ones that are near work and the grocery store (the only two reasons I’ve been leaving the house.)

My totals for the week:

  • 2 cards
  • 4 postcards
  • 0 international
  • 1 package
  • 7 total mailings

How are you feeling about Letter Month?

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3 thoughts on “Letter Month 2015 Week 3

  1. I love that you have goals of visiting other blue boxes! I do most of my mailing from the post office where my po box is. I appreciate hearing your thoughts about how lettermo is going for you! I wasn’t intending to do it, but found myself working on mail daily with a renewed energy & focus after a few months away from it. I’ve sent 7 regular postcards and 32 pieces of handmade mail art (all with letters or postcard-length correspondence). it’s definitely the most I’ve ever sent.. hoping to round out February with 40 pieces of mail art, since I’m pretty close now!

  2. devalayer says:

    Well done on the lettermo writing! February has been crazy for me, and while I considered it I’m glad I didn’t put myself through the stress – maybe next year! The parcel ghost mini-zine is the cutest thing!

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