Friday, April 02, 2010
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):
For Postcard Friday, with love.