#059: you try to make it meaningful

Postcard sent to my Austin buddy, Tucker Max, former notorious author and Founder of Scribe Media. I sent him a postcard already (#039), but I thought he’d really like this one.

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#058: dirty, filthy & wrong

Postcard sent to Martin Gram in Copenhagen, my old Danish buddy from my 1990’s New York days.

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#054: but to care

Postcard sent out to Jamie Alexander, an old Cargilfield school chum, now living in Fife, just down the road from St Andrew’s.

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#049: you don’t get smarter with age

Postcard sent to Callum Campbell, an old Edinburgh school chum, now living in Warwickshire.

We weren’t close at school- he was in the year above me, for one thing. But later, I saw him around a lot drinking in Whigham’s Wine Bar, where I worked at during my college vacations.

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#037: the great thing about being scottish

Postcard sent to Mark Blyth, Scots expat, Professor of Political Economy at Brown University in Providence, Rhode Island. This is a replacement card for the other one that got lost somehow. Sic transit gloria mundi.

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#036: this ain’t no john coltrane

Handmade postcard sent to Martin Gram, a very old and dear friend living in Copenhagen. A Danish photographer, we first met London in the early 1990s, and he was pretty much my best friend when I lived in New York.

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all the sinners

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Another one landed…

Another hand-drawn postcard landed in Scotland, this time #028, sent to Susie Verden-Anderson, an old school chum. They all seem to get marked with this orange stripe in transit- I’m guessing that’s a UK postal thing, not a US Mail thing.

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#027: i needed to be alone

Postcard sent to Robert Alstead, an old Edinburgh school chum, now living in Vancouver.

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#26: spiritual potential

Hand-drawn postcard sent to marketing legend, author and speaker, Seth Godin, who A. isn’t Scottish, but B. has had a huge impact on my career nonetheless.

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#022: had life gone the way I had hoped.

Postcard sent to Brian Hamill, Editor at The Common Breath, an arts publication in Glasgow.

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#020: waiting for my life to begin

Postcard sent to Jo Prosser, a very old friend.

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