In the run up to the launch of 60 Postcards the book, we asked people to tweet profile photos holding a postcard, explaining who they would send their last postcard to. Take a look at some of the responses….

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4 thoughts on “#Team60Postcards

  1. Hi Rach,
    ‘Fun Clare’ has been raving about your book since it was published and I finally got round to reading it on holiday! I must admit reading it in the middle of Milan at the train station may have been a mistake! I was either chuckling away or trying to stop the tears. Much of your book reminded me how precious the time is with my own mum and to make the most of the time we have. Thanks, a really inspiring read. Hannah x

  2. Hi Rachael

    I lost my Mum 23 years ago, aged 57. Still think of her often and I know it’s a cliché but … but time does heal. Although it seems like yesterday, somehow all the pain she endured, and us as family, has blurred. I remember her now in the happy times and that’s how others recall her too as she was – full of life.
    I’ve just read your book on holiday.what a brilliant way to remember your Mum and keep her memory alive. Life goes full circle and your project demonstrates that – new people, new places, connections and reconnections, Good luck with your new creative projects such a good way of developing the original concept.

    Jane

  3. I read `60 postcards` this week while visiting my daughter in Vienna. I have just left my own postcard on the train to the airport… See what happens…

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