Saturday, October 31, 2009

Postcard, anyone?

We wrote a number of postcards during our trip to Bali, but as far as we know, no one has received one yet. The hotel offered to mail them for us, so I wrote to ask if somehow the postcards were still there. This is the reply I received today:

Greeting from Alam Sari Keliki.

Hi, how are you? hope everything is fine. We already posted all of your postcards and letters, please be patience.

Thank you.


I can be patience, but can I also be notified if anyone receives one of our postcards? We are curious about the mailing time. Always different from place to place! Thank you!

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Now this is just sad, but I do not think I received a postcard, but I am not totally 100% sure either! Usually I keep all your correspondences and save them forever, but I am in the midst of a freaking out cleaning session before out of town guests arrive for the holidays, and I may or may not have put a bit of UNREAD mail (gasp!) in the shredder! Yikes!

SORRY! If it got shredded or it got lost on it's way here, sorry either way! (hope I didn't shred a million dollar check from Publisher's Clearinghouse!)

Mom

schlelly said...

I can confirm I have not yet received a postcard from Bali. Not from you or anyone else for that matter. I'm really disappointed in all Balinese people for not sending me a postcard sooner. I look forward to receiving a card from you, I will be patience in the mean time.

the dipe squad said...

Mom, why are you shredding unopened mail?! What is the thinking there?

schlelly, I will contact Alam Sari again and ask why the locals aren't sending you postcards. They must have an answer for you. I did write you a postcard, but this is week 3 since our return, so I'm starting to think it might not arrive. Wonder where it has gone...

schlelly said...

Maybe they were all delivered to Mimi and shredded... ;-)

Anonymous said...

I received the post card today, 28 November 09. It is a beautiful card with a beautiful stamp. I cannot read the postage cancellation date (if there is one). Even though it is very late by our U.S. standards, it was worth waiting for.
Mary