.When was the last time you sent a postcard to someone while you were traveling? For that matter, when was the last time you received a postcard from someone who was traveling?

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Like so many other things such as hand-written letters and thank you cards, sending postcards has become a lost art.  I’m not exactly sure why that is, but at the same time I am pretty sure it has a lot to do with the age of technology.  With Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Google+ alike, wait – not so much Google+ cuz there’s nothing going on over there.  It’s not hard to understand why.  It takes time to write a postcard, address it, adhere a stamp and mail it on its way.  The process has taken a back seat to text messages and emails.

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Today’s society, as we all know, is all about the hurried fulfillment of right now and how fast can it happen?  Remember the good old days of, “Having a wonderful time, wish you were here?”

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Here’s the Deal

Well, here’s the deal.  As you know Abi and I will soon be hitting the road for a 2-month road trip around this vast country of ours and I’m all about the postcard.  I love receiving them and I love sending them, so I’m looking forward to mailing a few as we travel. If you would like a postcard from a surprise location somewhere in the U.S., send me an email – Patti@oneroadatatime.com – with your name and mailing address and I’ll send you a postcard.

Or, private message me on our blog’s Facebook page.  Unfortunately, I can’t send them out of the U.S. as most likely you’ll never receive it.  One time I sent a postcard, from Cabo San Lucas, and my niece received it 6 months later.

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So get in on the fun, won’t you?  Send me your address and watch your mailbox for a postcard from somewhere in the U.S.A.

When is the last time you sent/received a postcard?

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