It's time for a brief look at some of the lovely cards that I have sent that never made it to the person or persons I sent them to. It is so sad. I usually try hard to match the people's profile requests, so when a card I sent out doesn't arrive I am quite sad.
This lovely card of Yokohama at night with Mt. Fuji and the moon in the background was sent to Poland, but never arrived. Sigh. I've even been to the bit behind the Ferris Wheel so I was doubly saddened it wasn't registered.
Sushi is so pretty to look at. It almost sparkles when you see it up close. This card was supposed to go to Belarus, but didn't make it.
This Narnia card was supposed to go to Slovenia, to a movie fan who wanted pictures from Narnia movies or other family films. I was quite sad as Ben Barnes is rather cute and I loved this card.
I tried to send this amazing black and white card to Germany, to a family that only seems to show up on Postcrossing in the summer. I must have missed their cut off date, because they weren't back on line in time to register this card. They asked for cards showing hands and this one is a beauty. It's a picture taken by a local Yamagata-ken photographer, Domon Ken. The subject is a puppeteer. I think it is an amazing photo and I was almost angry when it wasn't registered.
A person in Latvia had requested postcards of people in national dress or children, or culture. It has been a while. This lovely girl was celebrating the 7-5-3 Festival in Tokyo.
I hope that you have enjoyed this look back through my cards that didn't arrive. What do you do if a card doesn't arrive? Do you send another? Contact the receiver? Shrug it off?
I'd love to hear from you below.