Postcards. Used to be that anytime you went anywhere you would tell your friends and family “I’ll send you a postcard.”
Now with almost every cell phone having a camera and texting, we just catch a snap and send it to everyone in our contacts. Who needs postcards anymore?
I laminated a bunch of postcards a while ago. I have no idea where I got them, but I do know most of them came from my dad’s side of the family from the sender and receiver information on the back. These date all the way back to 1937. I have no idea where some of them were sent from, what they are of or even who sent them, but here they are.
The names and address on the postcards have not been changed because they are decades old and the innocent need not be protected anymore.