Day 157 – Thank you, Professor (Part 4)

With my last final comes the last thank you card to my professors from this semester. This one is for my statistics professor. This class was super hard, but I feel pretty accomplished since I finished it. Woo hoo!

Pen: Franklin Christoph Model 45

Ink: Franklin Christoph Midnight Emerald

Happy New Year! See you in 2018 to continue my Year of Letters.

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Day 156 – Thank you, professor! (Part 3)

This awesome dinosaur card from Skylab Letterpress is the closest thing I have to a geology themed card, for my geology professor. This was a fun class as well, even though it was a bit hard at times. My professor brought muffins for a field trip, sang multiple songs (on guitar and ukelele) about geologic formations (which prompted singalongs… I love my school), and made the class super fun. 

Pen: Franklin Christoph Model 45

Ink: Franklin Christoph Midnight Emerald

Day 155 – Thank you, professor! (Part 2)

This card is the next in my series of thank you cards for my professors. They definitely don’t get enough credit for all of the work they do! This one is for my “globalization and the environment” teacher, Kate. The class was super interesting, mostly discussion based with only 9 students. I learned a lot, and had a great time in the process. She even brought donuts one day because it was a classmate’s birthday! I love this school.

Day 154 – Thank you, professor! (Part 1)

With the year coming to an end, I thought it would be nice to spend these last few days being grateful. This week will feature cards that I wrote to my professors, and gave to them the last day of class. Every one of them was shocked and happy, and this professor even tweeted about my card, saying I’m one of his best students, and have great taste in stationery! 😂

With the semester ending, I thought it would be a good idea to write little thank you cards for my professors to give them the last day of class. This one is for my Sustainable Community Development professor.

Pen: TWSBI Mini

Ink: Papier Plume Bayou Nightfall

Day 153 – Christmas Cards (Part 10)


I’m pretty sure this is the last Christmas card I’ll be sending… Cutting it close, eh? Oh well, most people are just so happy to be getting an actual card that they don’t mind if it’s a bit late.

Plus, red and green means I’m in the holiday spirit, right? Sure. We’ll go with that. I’m excited for the holiday, mostly just happy to be on a nice long break from school! It’s nice having time to relax and hang out with my family.

Pen: Franklin Christoph Model 45

Ink: Franklin Christoph Midnight Emerald

Off to: Arkansas

Day 152 – Christmas Cards (Part 9)


Today’s card is headed to my old 3rd grade teacher, from 20 years ago. They always send my family a Christmas letter, and we return the favor. It’s so nice that we’ve been able to keep in touch despite multiple moves and many, many years.

This photo features part of my family’s Christmas card, and my late Papaw’s favorite coffee mug.

Pen: Pelikan M205 Amethyst

Ink: J Herbin Amethyste de l’Oural

Off to: Texas