My name is Laurel. I am 62 years old this autumn. I am here because I want to help keep post offices of the world in business by increasing mail circulation. Please do send what you wish to send. I'm going to like it because you sent it.
I read (classic literature is my first love), knit, crochet, walk, write letters, cook (badly), bake, visit and converse with friends, watch films and TV series (foreign and domestic).
I will no longer favorite received cards because I like them all.
My return address is included on every card because it is a 56 year habit I don't wish to break.
The Preference list:
I'll get to that later.
Thank you to all who register cards received and to those who personally acknowledge
the sender. Your kindness is appreciated.
My handwriting is barely legible. Usually I type out whatever messages I attach to a card or enclose in an envelope. It is because I assume the receiver will want to read what I've written. That isn't always so. There are those who prefer a message handwritten whether or not it is readable. To those for whom I have unintentionally disappointed I apologize.
I received a card from someone in late June or sometime in July. I was not home when it was handed to me. I read it quickly and tucked it into a card I received the same day. The postcard had a picture of a baby or a child and the note said something about thinking I would like the image because I'd be likely to have grandchildren. I don't and probably won't but the postcard was nice and the message was sweet but I lost or mislaid the card with postcard before I got home and haven't found it since so it is not registered. I feel bad about this because I cannot remember where it was from. I expected to look it over with more care when I returned home and then to register it. If sender of card happens on site and notices this note please do contact me with the number and code for country so I can register it and apologies for having lost it.
I live in Michigan in the United States of America. Michigan is shortened to MI by the post office.
My address is offered here as a cross reference for what I've included in the address section:
Laurel Lee Chapman
15900 Silver Parkway APT 202
Fenton, Michigan 48430-3465
United States of America