Thanka again for those stamps, among my favourite ever!(You forgot to erase the address on the envelope. could you? Thanks.)
Hi, so sorry about missing the address - I looked at this post 5 times before publishing, and missed it. It is now taken care of.
I have tried many times to write legibly with a fountain pen and fail every time!All the best to you in 2017!
Ha, mine is not so great either, so the printer is my friend.
Lovely stamps - did not know about these!
I love them, they look just as nice in person as they do online.
Beautifully produced, I like the colouring. I hadn't realised the phrase 'splendour in the grass' was from Wordsworth, ah what education there is in stamps.
That is a great phrase, Joy, and so perfect for today.
I didn't recognise Wordsworth either. Splendid stamps. Happy New Year!
Thanks, and happy new year to you, too.
Poetry stamps? Be still my heart.
Other than Shakespeare, poets seem to be somewhat rare on stamps, although USPS issued a set on 20th century poets in 2011.https://about.usps.com/postal-bulletin/2012/pb22332/html/info_008.htm
Thank you again for these great stamps! Definitely one of my favourites, too, so I was happy that you choose these for this Sunday.Thank you also for your other mail, and for all beautiful blog posts in 2016. Your site is a joy for the eye :-)Happy new year!
Thanks for your nice words, Heleen. Happy New Year to you, too!