Project: Penpal

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Find a unique inspiration to create, collaborate, and share – Penpal! — a Snail Mail Revival!

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Project: Penpal is my dreamboat creation – reviving the Snail Mail movement – the exchange of art, letters, stories, artifacts, photos. 

Snail mail has unfortunately become a bit of a lost art among all the constant online, phone communications around us.  We are connected everywhere – convenient, but we lose the wonder, the anticipation, of waiting for the postman to march up to the door with a crisp, new message in hand – a surprise from our Penpal!

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Wines made from plants other than grapes include rice wine and various fruit wines such as those made from plums or cherries.

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Some well known example are hard cider from apples, perry from pears, pomegranate wine, and elderberry wine.

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Some UK supermarkets have been criticised for selling “wine based” drinks, which only contain 75% wine, but which are still marketed as wine.

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