Happy Monday. This stamp debuted for sale last Wednesday along with a set of five commemorating vintage black cinema. I was relaxing all last week in the mountains of Virginia at a family reunion and forgot to schedule a post highlighting the appearance of these new postage stamp options. Please go at once and make a purchase at your local post office, or click here to buy any or all available stamps online (it's only $1 shipping, no matter how many you get).
I dont know about you but I'm celebrating the fact that they've reissued this happy stamp as a forty-two center. We used it on our family Christmas card last year and now Uncle Sam has given us the option of doing the same this Noel. It goes on sale today.
I like words, images, graphic design, well-turned phrases, doodling, humor and profundity. These are found in every quarter and I'm always on the hunt. I was rescued (in November, 1974) from guilt and a stubborn irrational belief in an impersonal chance universe (with the accompanying hopelessness). I'm now convinced that nothing is more obvious or worthy of our attention than our Creator and the one true ancient path. Only Jesus has the words of everlasting life. Like John Newton "I once was lost but now am found, was blind but now I see."