On Tuesday, I got notified that they'd opened a new Holiday Greeting Card Exchange, which was described as: [Click to enlarge.]
The "fine print" about the exchange was as follows: [Click to enlarge.]
On Wednesday, I received this:
At a little after 10:00 that night, I got notified that the person who had been matched with me—who is not the same person I sent my card to—had mailed my card. Cool!
Today, I took my lunch time, 30-minute, daily walk between Cameron Village and my office, and while at Cameron Village, stopped in Ten Thousand Villages, and bought this $8.00 greeting card, which was handmade in Kenya and blank inside:
and on the inside I wrote:
There's (several) pairs in a partridge tree wishing you a joyous holiday season!
On the way home, I ran by the post office before it closed and dropped it in the mail. I was unable to use a holiday stamp on it, because they had just run out of them today, which very much annoyed me!
I can't wait for the card that's coming to me to arrive, presumably tomorrow or Saturday, unless the person matched with me was from another country, which is possible.