The boy that never grows up

Look! It’s the boy that never grows up!
It’s Peter Pan, and this Disney card is from 1953
Thanks to Grace (teawithmarch) from Korea, I got a card from the boy I will always love.
It’s Peter, the boy that taught me to always stay a kid in my heart, no matter how old I get. It’s the boy that I’ll always love and keep a place for him in my heart. It’s Peter who helped me grow up, and not grow up at the same time. He was part of my childhood, and will always be part of my life.



Bunch of postcards from China

Thanks to Khang, I got this bunch of postcards from China and the Chinese characteristics. 
About this card, it had an explanation on the back about what is it, but unfortunately, it’s in Chinese, so there is no way for me to understand it. But it is beautiful.


This is the wall of China, and on the card says Autumn of Mutianyu, so I guess the picture is taken from that place.


And here’s a postcard of these cute pandas doing.. just hugging eachother. They are still adorable to me though. 


Lovely postcard of people flying a kite. It’s is really amazing kite, this one, I love it. It looks like a real bird indeed,


This is a card of the famous dragon festival , where the boats race. It’s my second card with the festival, and I really like it.




Thanks to Daniela, I received this amazing card from Germany
It’s the great side of postcrossing, when you get a card with a quote from one of your favorite authors of all time, Mark Twain and the quote says: 
“Give every single day in your life the chance to the the most beautiful day of your life. “



Postcard from Gundagai, Australia

Postcard from Gundagai, Australia
Thanks to Designingwoman, I got this amazing card. It has pictures of a hotel and a theatre and I love the architecture. It’s really unique. Thank you so much!



Cricklet postcard

It’s my second card from this collection, thanks to Laatikkopilvia 
I haven’t read “The Slow Regard of Silent Things” , but it is definitely on my to-read list right now, 
“Criclet had a tiny trickle of fresh water running down one wall. the moisture attracted crickets, who filled the long low room with their tiny songs.” 
– The Name of the Wind –