My wanderlust started after I studied abroad for nearly five months in Auckland, New Zealand. That was four years ago and I haven't stopped exploring the world since.
I've always been a curious person. When I was young I used to explore the nine acres I lived on. You never knew what you might find in the woods. From a creek, to wild flowers, to discarded garbage turned antiques, I found it all. But being a wanderer has its downsides.
I've met great friends along my myriad paths, and, being likeminded, close friends from my youth have moved away in search of their own adventure. My urge to remain extremely loyal to those that support and drive me keeps me thinking about ways to nurture important relationships instead of letting them flutter and die.
With communication technology reaching a critical mass of overload, I knew I needed a new creative outlet to share my feelings, comedy and to send a little personal "hello" to those I care about. Enter postcards.
Postcards gave me an outlet to draw while provoking little snail mail smiles. And, most importantly, those that matter the most know I'm still thinking about them.