As another saying goes, “Send me a postcard when you get there.”
Now and then, a postcard would arrive with a curt message, typed on a manual typewriter.
Answers on a postcard, please, to Mary Schapiro, Chairman, SEC, 100 F Street, NE Washington, DC 20549.
A similar view was taken in 1975 when a postcard asked, “When Should I kill you” or “get someone else to do it.”
I am having a jolly time,” she wrote in a postcard sent from Tangiers in 1956; “no one goes on at me about learning to read.
The acknowledgment of that was a postcard containing these all too-flattering words: "Bravo, Balzac!"
"There's really nothing that a postcard couldn't do," Uncle William said.
I did not make sure of the Patterson's address and a postcard of inquiry I subsequently dispatched brought no reply.
"They could have sent a postcard to say they'd got it all right," John replied ruefully.
She had sent a postcard from Scotland to say that she would have to put off coming till later in August.