Believe it or not, I do occasionally send other strange packages to people besides Andrew. Most of the strange things I send are to my Aunt Debbie Davidson, who is herself a very accomplished mail artist and Ainu translator. This is a series of cards I sent to Debbie last July, right around the time I was leaving New Mexico. I decided make these cards more concrete than some of the others I’ve sent her, as well as base them all off of animals found around the Santa Fe area, and finally to top off each card with a general feeling I had at the time of leaving. They’re posted below in order, more or less, so let me know what you think.
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