Lesson 1418 – mailing postcards by email

 

A member of our flock; Trevor has been away for most of the summer. He spent a few weeks at Fort Knox doing basic training for the Army and now he’s at Fort Bragg participating in airborne training. While  he was able to get mail at Fort Knox, for whatever reason he’s not allowed to get mail at Fort Bragg.

When Trevor is away at these training sessions I usually send postcards with a drawing and a short note, nothing too complicated and hopefully nothing too embarrassing. I’d like to think that he enjoys getting these messages from home. We’re thinking about you buddy.

Because I can’t send him these postcards through the U.S. mail while at airborne, I’m sending them to Trevor through the mail that is the internet instead.

(another example of Pokemon Go contributing to World Peace)

(another example of Pokemon Go contributing to World Peace)

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Be smart, stay safe, and drink plenty of water Sweetheart, see you soon.

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Wendy Thomas writes about the lessons learned while raising children and chickens in New Hampshire. Contact her at Wendy@SimpleThrift.com

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