Sunday, April 25, 2010

Your Sunday Boring Postcard from Michael5000


Trees of rare beauty, thick and satiny leaves, olive like fruit and fragrant oil. Many reach a height of 60 to 80 feet. Only found on the OREGON COAST and in Palestine.

Provenance: Sent (hand delivery) by Niece #1, 2010.


Jenners said...

Gaw ... that is boring.

Elizabeth said...

So they answered the angel of the LORD who was standing among the myrtle trees and said, "We have patrolled the earth, and behold, all the earth is peaceful and quiet.
- Zechariah 1:11

The Calico Cat said...

If you ever wondered - Hadas from Aviva_Hadas is Myrtle in Hebrew.

Michael5000 said...

Jenners: Yes!

E: That is one righteous Biblical quote, baby!

CC: Does this give you any special feeling of affection for the OREGON COAST?

S!ERRA said...

Oh, so you DID find it. I was wondering where that wound up - thought I left it at G&G's somewhere..

You're welcome!

Rebel said...

This is one of the more boring postcards you've posted. It's a little sad too because I have nothing against trees in general, and a fondness for myrtle trees in particular. But seriously... it looks like a 4 year old took this picture. =(

The Calico Cat said...

It make me a tiny bit upset that we did not trek out to the coast... (The upside, my son wore the hat that we purchased for him at the Sunday market all winter long & I am wearing the jacket that I got in Portland - today...)

Michael5000 said...

"This is one of the more boring postcards you've posted."

Thank you Rebel! It's the encouragement of commenters that makes keeping this blog worthwhile!

@Calico: The Coast is nice. It's the kind of place where you can patrol the earth, and behold, all the earth is peaceful and quiet.