I am really new at this. I just got some stamps from my great grandma and my grandpa recommended this website to me. I don't have very much stamps but enough to start collecting. I also really don't know exactly what I'm doing but I at least know some basics.
Welcome Sisyphus... I would be happy to send you a few stamps for your new collection. I am happy to send them though the mods here so all can be secure. Find out from your parents or grandparents if that would be ok. I have 10 children myself. 17months old Boy, 3B, 5G, 7B, 8G, 9G, 11B, 12B, 14G, and 18B. Whew. Several of them love sorting through stamps and two of them have started their own book. I was 5 when I started with my grand dad and mum. Enjoy.
Post by Gordon Lee on May 14, 2019 13:05:28 GMT -5
Greetings Fellow SB Boarders . I can tell you almost exactly what young Master roundnround is doing that keeps him away from stamp collecting. He is now living in Colorado. He is in the 11th Grade. He is taking very advanced classes and programs. He is participating in the school band and marching band. And, he has discovered girls. (I will be seeing him at the end of this month. His grandmother and I will be taking him and his two cousins to Yellowstone National Park.) . He is still collecting, but it is on the way-back burner. . Respectfully,
Gordon Lee, good to know mate. I didn't realize that the post was as old as it. was. I have 10 children and love the fact that a few of them are getting interested. I just wanted to extend a courtesy to a young new philatelist. Glad he is doing well... had to go the girl route sooner or later. Glad its a girl though
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