Friday, April 02, 2010

Easter Greetings

Easter Greetings

I don't observe Easter but I wish those of you who do a happy holiday. Those of us in Passover-land are getting a bit bored of Matzoh. Sushi and Pizza are sounding more and more good.

This card is part of a correspondence of which I have a few cards (see a post of two weeks ago). It is postmarked June 10, 1913. I'm pretty sure Easter wasn't in June back then. The card is addressed to a gentleman in Danville, Alabama. The young lady writes:
Hello how are you this morning all OK I hope I am all right this moring (sic) hope you got home all right from your best girl
My best regards
Think of me when you get this card

And under the Easter Greetings is hand written (all the writing is in pencil):
to you.

For Postcard Friday, with love.


Terry said...

What a beauiful card you have.
I love old postcards ,well new ones too .
It is fun to come across these little tidbits of days gone by.
I agree with you that the June date is a bit of a mystery ,
perhaps it was delayed in the mail or maybe the sender forgot to mail it on time.
Oh well I have a sweet cousin who mails out Christmas cards in the spring and Easter greetings in the fall.
Yes she is rather absent minded,but it works for our family as we never know when we will get a surprise in the mailbox .
Thank you so much for dropping by my blog today .
Have a wonderful weekend.
Happy Postcard Friendship Friday :)

Postcardy said...

Happy PFF!

Mary said...

Hello Sarala! Pretty picture. I'm not dying eggs this year, but have more than once to be sure. Spring has sprung, chickens are peeping - life is good!

Irene said...

Happy PFF

Lyneen said...

Interesting that it was sent so late. Happy PFF

Bob of Holland said...

Happy PFF. I have absolutely no problem with people sending Easter greetings in June. Please, send me Christmas greetings in August. It's always great to receive a postcard.

Clytie said...

I love these old postcards with hand written sentiments on them. This one is great! Happy PFF!