postcard friendship friday

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This beautiful card depicting the God Ganesh
was tucked into a gift
my boss and his wife brought me
from their trip to India this past December.

24 comments:

  1. I envy them, I would so love to visit India (and shall, one day). My parents-in-law fell in love with India, in particular with Sri Lanka, returning there many times.

    You appear to have not only a good boss, but a dear friend too.

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  2. this is delightful, anyone would love t receive this!

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  3. Cashmere! Niiice! :)
    I have this weird affinity for Indian art - especially the elephants, dressed up for ceremonies. This card is beautiful!

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  4. Amazing! Reminds me of the creature from one of the Star Wars movies. hehehe

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  5. Nice, have you been?
    The postcard is nifty also. What a cutie!

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  6. Hi ~ Beautiful colors in this card. It brought back many memories of our trip to India last year when our oldest daughter got married. Enjoy your weekend.

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  7. How thoughtful of them! And it is a great picture. Ganesh is a very popular god with the Hindus and is found at the entrance to most, if not all, temples as I recall.
    I'd love to visit India too.

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  8. How thoughtful of them - I love the card it's so colourful. :)

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  9. I experiencing arm envy! Gosh I wish that I had a few more. Daryl.. I had no idea how inexpensive card readers were... jeez louise.. I am such a lugnut! i picked one up in two seconds for 15 bucks..easy peasy lemon squeezy... I finally have a CAMERA!!!!!!!!

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  10. Nice boss! As long as he didn't come back "OHMMMMM"-ing or anything. Not that there's anything wrong with that. Because there isn't. Not for me. I can reach Nirvana buying Jimmy Choo shoes just fine.

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  11. What a great card for them to bring you!

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  12. I showed this to my daughter and she said it looked like Cheetos in the bowl and that the little mouse was lucky to be eating one!

    I love the colors... There is something about Indian art that I'm drawn too.

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  13. So am I right in thinking that you received something fantastic made of cashmere along with this card????

    Wouldn't India be an exotic place to visit?

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  14. Stunning postcard! :D
    have a nice weekend xx

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  15. Remover of Obstacles, huh? What a beautiful card and that was so wonderful of them to think of you. India would be such an amazing place to visit both in it's stunning beauty and contrast in caste systems.

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  16. Well I'm a well-documented Indophile, so you know I'm lovin' this one. And I too will make my way there someday. Already setting up contacts that I can mooch a free night's stay off of and everything. (I kid).
    Hey Shrinky, tell ya what, we'll go together how about that? Anybody ever tell you you kinda resemble that girl who played the filmmaker in Rang de Basanti? If your Hindi's as good as hers, we're so in!

    Oh... sorry 'bout that. Guess I should hit on chicks on their own blogs, huh? I was just afraid Shrinky's hubs might get the wrong idea... ya know? An innocent little thing get all blown out of proportion and next thing ya know it's an international incident.

    Okay, shutting up now...

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