|This is Laura (as interpreted by her 10 year old niece. It's an uncanny resemblance)|
...while facing her table of writing and paper-related supplies:
When Laura wants to write a letter, she chooses a stationery set from here:
and a pen from here:
And off she goes to perfect her imitation of the Hunchback of Notre Dame while sitting at the aforementioned back-breaking kitchen chair. Sometimes when she's not feeling creative and is having trouble finishing a letter, this is how she feels:
When she's done writing her encyclopedia-long letter, she chooses an envelope:
And then decorates it with something from what she calls her "finisher" box...
...or her washi tape box:
Then Laura chooses a label from her labelling box... [storyteller's comment: the originality involved in naming these boxes... WHEW. Laura really outdid herself. And by outdid herself, we mean: not at all. Not even a little.]
...addresses the envelope, and slaps a stamp on it!
TA-DAH! And this is the story of how Laura's special brand of oddity gets delivered to your mailbox halfway across the world.
THE END. Thank god because Laura was getting tired of speaking in the third person...and Laura is still doing it, isn't she? Can someone please help reset Laura?!!!
What's the story behind creating your letters? I'd love to hear it.