Change is Good
Definition of ephemera:
1 something of no lasting significance —usually used in plural
2 ephemera plural: paper items (such as posters, broadsides, and tickets) that were originally meant to be discarded after use but have since become collectible
~ Merriam Webster ~
Perfect Post Cards – Picture and a Thousand Words is changing. I hate change. I like knowing something is dependable and reliable; but I also have a need to explore and hopefully grow – my life of paradox is a constant.
I truly love ephemera, with my largest collection being made up of those Perfect Post Cards; but there are many other pieces of paper, in my life, which I repeatedly think you might like taking a look at, thus change.
I cannot help but think there may someone else out there, maybe a Cooper, who will look at the above picture, that I inherited from pieces of a scrapbook, put together by Aunt Irene (yes, one I have not mentioned, in the past). It was glued into a scrapbook and survived more than 74 years; I actually think I may frame it.
I will not be renaming old posts from Perfect Post Cards, but I cannot promise that I will not go back and fill in some of those missing posts, with ephemera.