Last month, my good friends Joe and Lisa gave me a small stack of vintage postcards for my birthday.
I’m going to post images of the fronts and backs of each postcard here, along with a transcription—or at least as accurate a transcription as I can come up with—of what’s written on each card.
Oh, and if anyone reading these posts has a different interpretation of what’s written, please feel free to post what you think they say in the comments section.
This is the seventh and final installment of the series.
VINTAGE POSTARD #7
I KEEP THIS DATE A MEMORY
ON WHICH GOOD WISHES START
FOR ALL THE SUNLIT YEAR YOU SEE
I KEEP YOU IN MY HEART
MISS EMMA KARNITZ
HERE IS WISHING
YOU A VERY
HAPPY BIRTHDAY AND
I DON’T THINK I
WILL GET OVER THERE
TO HAVE A PIECE OF
YOUR BIRTHDAY CAKE, AS WE
ARE GOING TO PLANT CORN THAT DAY,
WILL COME SOME OTHER TIME.
WITH LOVE, CLARA R.
This started with Emma… though I had her last name wrong,