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cos-mo-post-al-an [koz-muh-postal-en]: adjective/noun
1. a person
who belongs to all the world; not limited to just one part of the world; can make their home anywhere in the world.
2. a person who believes fully that postage stamps and mail connect the world, regardless of where, from or to, they go.
3. the joyful experience of knowing you're a local because your mail made it to its destination

The postage stamp is truly wonderful. It can travel the world, experience the lives of a million different people, go through the doors of strangers; and never once lose sight of where it's headed.
Welcome to the land of cosmopostalan : travel, mail and words. It's a crazy little place in my corner of the woods; wherever that may be!

Thursday, July 12, 2012

Back from New York City

Today is a beautiful day.

We returned from the wonderful New York City today, stumbling slowly through the "World Famous" Brimfield Antiques Fair in Brimfield, Mass. on our way home. After spending three days in New York, I am once again brought to the conclusion that you can never spend enough time in the Big Apple. It's brimming with so much life and culture, you'd think you were in a tub of yogurt.

Since we were showing around the lovely T., our travels in NYC this time mainly revolved around a lot of delicious shopping, meals and sightseeing-esque stuff. The city was buzzing, as usual, and we made the absolute most of it.

Some photos from the adventures:
 Hidden in the woods of the beautiful Berkshires...

 A delicious peach iceblock, and beetle inspiration at the Norman Lindsay Museum...

 Some mail sent from Western Massachusetts...

At a beautiful Italian restaurant in NYC...

Chess and plants--a beautiful combination--in NYC's Central Park...

Some of my favourites at the Brimfield Antique Show...

I love to travel. It's fabulous!
What has your summer held?

OH! And I've started on Henrietta Lacks! Quite an interesting piece so far..

~ Ms. Always Traveling

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Thank you for your lovely postal ponderings!
May today be a beautiful, full-of-mail kind-of day!
~ Ms. Always Traveling