That means: No more classes! Yay!
But it also means: Exams start tomorrow! :(
So, just a quick post on the Stats of the Month and I'll probably also show bits of the mail I received over the weekend (minues yesterday, as I haven't checked my PO Box).
In June, I
- sent 26 letters
- sent 5 postcards
- received 23 letters
- received 5 postcards.
So, almost even there! Well, but still, I have 7 letters to reply to...
Here's the mail picture! A few bits are missing, please don't ask me in which of my bags they are...
|Incoming Mail of June|
|Stats of the Month - June|
I also decided to do a little graph to show you where my mail comes from - so as you can see, a very high percentage is coming from the USA. But I'm glad to also have those bits of Kenia, Uganda, Argentina and the Philippines for example - it's a great thing to have a variety of mail in your mailbox :) Where does your mail come from?
|The picture is a bit big, but this way at least you can read everything...|
So, when I came home from Berlin yesterday, I had a few more letters to read...
|From Michelle in the USA|
|From Anna in the USA. You should definitely check out her blog at http://www.thelettering.com/, she sends awesome mail! As you can see :) I love love love the owl stickers and her envelope is just AWESOME. As I haven't been home the last days so my boyfriend picked up my mail at my PO Box and told me on the phone "Oh you got an awesome letter from someone in the USA, the envelope looks like it is composed of many old letters and it looks really great!" I agree. :)|
|Mail from Sri Lanka! Hooray for airmail envelopes!|
|A letter from Almanté in Lithuania who send some stamps along. Thank you so much!|
|And a letter all the way from Kenya.|
|As I said, yay for pen pals who send stamps along! The one with the hippo and the turtle is SO cute, don't you think?|
Well, my dears, I'm off to study. I have to learn waste and water law. I'm absolutely not looking forward to the exam tomorrow. BUT I'm so looking forward to the 26th of July - as some of you already know, I'll be spending a few weeks in the USA and I probably will add a few extra days to go and see the Niagara Falls - they're not quite as awesome as the Igazu Falls (which I had dreamt of visiting this year), but they're also huge waterfalls :) Anyone having similar plans for early September?
Take care and