1 EAGLETON NOTES: A Sunday Smile

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Sunday, 8 April 2018

A Sunday Smile

Well, actually, I suppose it's a smile for any day that you happen to read this. Well I hope they make you smile. They certainly happified me. 'They' being these envelopes (and their contents) from my brother, CJ. I would love to have had some of his artistic talent.



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  1. Thank You & your Brother for the wonderful smiles

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  2. Smiling!! ... And on the first one, an extra laugh because of the Royal Mail postmark officially giving its approval as well! ("Royal Mail supports mental health awareness"...)

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    1. Thanks Monica. I hadn't noticed that.

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  3. I bet they gave quite a few postal workers at both the sorting office and your delivery postie a smile too. A smile is always good especially if it was a dull, dank day.

    Good luck with the next and hopefully last operation.

    Beverley

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    1. Beverley, I think it's fun to do something a tiny bit zany occasionally. I'm sure evryone gets a smile out of it.

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  4. How very clever! I love the duck!

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  5. "Royal Mail Supports Mental Health Awareness"? I guess the mail workers who sort and deliver your brother's envelopes may need that kind of support!

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    1. YP, I rather think that mental health starts with a bit of happification.

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  6. Always nice to get entertaining envelopes! I thought it was your bro the minute I saw the letterbox! :) I have just been sorting out some stuff and found some wonderful envelopes that one of my daughters decorated, she had a spell of doing that kind of thing. It was really fun to enjoy them all over again after a gap of several years since I last saw them!

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    1. Jenny, I'm glad to know that there are others happifying envelopes as well.

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  7. That's fabulous! so much more interesting than an email

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    1. My brother and I write lots of letters Kylie.

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  8. Yes, something to smile about. And if this came from my brother I would smile much more.

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  9. Great work. Lovely to receive such things; and to keep them, of course!

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    1. Cro, they are part of a lifetime treasure trove.

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  10. Like Beverley said, I am sure the people sorting the mail(as far as it is done by hand, mind you) and the postman/woman who delivers your letters love those envelopes, too!
    John is indeed a gifted artist.

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    1. Meike, the machines probably have a hissy fit when they try to read that.

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    1. Adrian I bet you never thought you'd be saying that on a post.

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  12. In a word...."fantastic"! :)

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  13. Nice wordings to laugh and enjoy...

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