As I made April's BPS postcard, I was still in the throes of spring bulb euphoria, a condition that overcomes me annually.
The front of the card featured a photo of tulips on my kitchen table. I chose a background of pale aqua and sketched some leaves using Word. (My skills, alas, don't include use of more sophisticated graphics software: my humble tools are PowerPoint, Word, Preview, and occasionally a great little application called Acorn that I'm still getting to know. Photoshop scares me.)
For the back, I chose a pretty poem, as fresh as spring, by James Hearst.
This time the postcard was destined for Dawn, in far-away South Africa.