Today I made my way to the supermarket, I didn't need anything but made an excuse just so that I could leave 2 envelopes in order to create some posts this week. I would have liked to have left more but don't have too many completed. Also with all this rain it makes it really hard to leave those that I want to outside in open spaces but hopefully I'll get to do that some time soon.
I had hoped to actually leave this envelope in a phone box but as I was making my way to the supermarket I noticed quite a few men hanging around so decided to try and leave one at the phone inside. It doesn't help that those are the 2 phones that are close by in this area. There were not so many people around but I was still so conscious with it being such an open space. I wanted to take a better photo but I also didn't want to draw too much attention too myself by moving further back. I decided the main thing was that you can see the envelope. On my way out I took a peek in that direction and it was still there.
One of the things I've gained from this experiences is trying to draw some things myself which I aren't doing too brilliantly at but I don't think the actually person will care as its quite eye catching. Still like I mentioned in my previous post, its my writing thats a problem as I just don't like it. I write much smaller and in Italics. My calligraphy pens are a right pain as the ink won't flow properly through them so I'm going to have to try and look for some cartridges to see if those work better then the refill. You can also maybe see why I decided to call it inspiration(al) as each quote is something similar to this. I thought the breath quote suited this as you have to breath to talk.
I decided this morning to create an e-mail address as I decided that if it was me I'd like to get in touch with that person and tell them exactly what I think of what they received. Only annoying thing is that I thought my address ended in .com but its .co.uk so for these 2 envelopes I'll never receive the response if I get one... that's actually quite sad.
Do you prefer the old fashioned telephone or the more modern cordless ones?