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Previous Challenge Entry (Level 1 – Beginner)
Topic: Postcards (08/29/05)

TITLE: Keep It Simple
By karen McLamb
08/31/05


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Postcards are too little to write on. I accumulate them, one by one by one, occasionally from a state or a county that I visit.
Writing on them is like writing on scraps of paper but with the cost of living going up, buying them is inexpensive.
As I look over my many postcards I discover them from wherever I have been, I put a simple memo on them to remind me how I enjoyed the journey.
The ones that are most significant to me I scan into my computerís image folder to make our greeting cards through out the year.


Since I see them in the souvenir shops when I travel I pick-up five or so, I may send one or two out with a message to my acquaintances or relatives saying how much I am enjoying my journey and suggest that they may want to come and see this extraordinary scene for themselves.
I suggest you keep in mind that you havenít much space at all when writing on a postcard, so remind yourselves to keep it simple when writing on a postcard.


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Brandi Roberts09/06/05
Like your title, you kept it simple. Remember to preview your work prior to submitting otherwise it might end up in justification problems like this. Otherwise this was very cute! It is quite hard to write enough on a postcard, perhaps one day I'll try it for fun :) Thanks for sharing!
Lisa Graham09/06/05
Keeping it simple as a challenge for any writer, and you've done a wonderful job!
Phyllis Inniss 09/06/05
You've kept your entry simple and I think it's a good idea to buy a few, as you do, to keep for your self with little reminder notes.
Jan Ackerson 09/07/05
You have sent a sweet, simple little postcard to your readers. Keep writing!