In My Mailbox (3): June 2

I was so surprised when my family and I came back from Hong Kong and, lo and behold, discovered so much mail!

First of all, I have to thank my Auntie Karen for giving me gift certificates for books! Thank you so much, Auntie! Now I have an opportunity to buy another pile of books, even though I’m barely halfway through the first pile a few months ago. Thank you!!

Furthermore, I also received two postcards from Postcrossing!!! I love postcards. Thank you to mystery Japanese friend from Singapore – too bad there’s no name! 😦


and to Anastasia from Germany! She even included cherry tea that I don’t want to waste on drinking because it smells soooooo good! It scented up my room really nicely, and it’s smells better than potpourri! She also added Latvian money since she came from Latvia. Thank you!


As for books, well, I also got a book in Chinese!! I’m going to show it in my next post though.


About thecodenameblue
Alexa is a perpetually hungry person who loves a lot of things: books, music, food, movies, and a lot of other things she's not very good at, like drawing and sports. Hoper of far-flung hopes and dreamer of improbable dreams. Apparently too lazy to write 'About Me' descriptions.

4 Responses to In My Mailbox (3): June 2

  1. SweetReads says:

    Wow! I want to try the postcard thing. How much do you usually pay for every post card you send?

    • Hi! It’s been a while since I sent my postcards (I sent them as a batch, about two months ago) but I think each postcard cost about 50 Php or less, which is already inclusive of the stamps, I think, something like that. It’s a relatively easy process – the post office accepts even only the postcard, with no envelopes or anything! You should try it 😀

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