Will it fit?
Even before I start, I know that this is going to take a while. And I think a few of the postcards will appear sideways. Please be understanding. But thank you for all the cards. We love them. I love the stuff on the back...either the scribblings of bloggers or the sometimes odd descriptions of what's on the front.
Keep 'em coming to the address you'll find on previous postings.
This first one has a stamp from the Netherlands, but appears to come from Kit Tyrrell in Gloucestershire. The words underneath are "Prosit Neujar" which is Dutch for "James Naughtie".
Next we have a charming card from "C" who found it on a charity stall. C has listened to PM since the mid 70s...but finds the portable radio on the bus often cuts out.
Cathy sent is this as she had been "wondering where to send this card". The blurb says "70 million years ago Triceratops faving the enemy, Tyrannosaurus. The blurb is repeated in several languages. 70 millioen jaren geleden: Trceratops oog in oog met de vijand, Tyrannosaurus.
Sandra Jenkinson in Portsmouth sent this one which, I can assure you, was cut from a cereal box.
John Wilson in Whitchurch sent this delightful watercolour: John Nicholson
Carey, Bruce et al sent this saucy card with an even saucier message on the back which included: "mine's the one on the right with the spanner"
Jane offered this depiction of what she described as the PM Production Meeting..."I can see Sequin in the kitchen"...
Susan Orty-Boyden offers "this is 5pm where I live"...
Madeline Fraser sent this "broody landscape of stone age Britain" in part to thank us for our work on current affairs when "I'm too tired or lazy to read a newspaper".
Charmingly, Alexander wrote on his card: "saw this and thought of you".
Anne Powers wrote something about "keep it up Lissa", but despite that I've included it...
And finally for now (though one lovely Miami postcard didn't scan...we're working on it Roberto), Aperitif wrote that he/she had just remembered having this..."been looking for someone to send it to"...