As I told you in a previous blog post, I want to offer myself one month of letters reading for my birthday, so at the moment I don't read any letters, saving them all for my birthday. So, I just took a pic of the two letters I got today, before hiding them in a bag, away from my eyes, because if I start staring at the envelopes for too long, I'll end up opening them before the D-day, which would be a pity!
Here are the pics however ;)
And now, what I wrote this week. First a letter to Sofie in Sweden. It's not winter paper for once! She said in her letter she didn't like winter so much, so, I used a different paper ;)
And finally, many snowy pages heading their way to Ksenia in Ukraine!
I had a surprise this morning when reading the newspaper in the train: I found out that the price of stamps has raised from January 1st on! I didn't know that at all! :O It now costs 0.63€ instead of 0.60€ to send a letter within France, 0.80€ instead of 0.77€ within the EU (+ Switzerland), and 0.95€ instead of 0.89€ worldwide (all these prices are for letters up to 20g) They didn't change prices of letters up to 50g though, which I find a bit strange, but well, I won't complain! The increase isn't high, that's because in France they regularly increase the postage price of few cents, every second year less or more.
I'm curious, how much does it cost in your country to send a letter up to 20g? Has the postage price gone up in 2013?