As the tribulations of the COVID crisis continue, those of us stuck at home might find themselves clearing out the dark, dusty recesses of the cupboard or writing desk.
All too often those mysterious nooks and crannies reveal long-lost treasures. Long dried-out ballpoint pens stolen during a forgotten hotel stay, boarding passes from defunct airlines or postcards from friends and family who haven't had a Christmas card since before the fall of the Berlin Wall.
For your amusement, I've found a few cards that remind me of times gone by. Perhaps even one from you.
|Sent home to my daughter from Soweto. 1999.|
|from mum in Hong Kong 1995|