Card addressed to ‘someplace at high of city’ in St Ives in Cornwall miraculously makes it to the precise home
- Tracey Fitzharris, 43, acquired the cardboard from her pal in Duror in Scotland
- The envelope was addressed as ‘Someplace at high of city, St Ives, Cornwall’
- On the again of the envelope, her pal had written: ‘Large like to the postie X’
A card bearing the handle ‘someplace at high of city’ has miraculously made it to the precise home.
Tracey Fitzharris, 43, revealed the cardboard was posted by her pal from Duror in Scotland who was not sure of her handle and determined to make up her personal model.
The envelope, which was shared on-line by the recipient, learn: ‘Someplace at high of city, St Ives, Cornwall.’
On the again of the envelope, the pal had added: ‘Large like to the postie X’.
The cardboard acquired by Tracey Fitzharris, 43, was despatched bearing the handle: ‘Someplace at high of city, St Ives, Cornwall’
Ms Fitzharris, who acquired the cardboard on February 4, instructed Cornwall Stay: ‘Simply earlier than Christmas my pal moved to Duror a number of miles down the highway (from Ballachulish).
‘So I received her new handle and despatched her a Christmas card. She rang me up and stated she felt dangerous as a result of she hadn’t despatched any and will I ship my handle.
‘I laughed and stated no, I did not want a card and FaceTime and wine is a lot better and our solely possibility these days.
‘Anyway, final week I had spinal surgical procedure at Derriford Hospital in Plymouth which was delayed on account of Covid.
‘The surgical procedure occurred two days earlier than my birthday so I spent a lot of the day sleeping.
‘I hadn’t reminded any of my mates about my birthday, however as a result of she knew I wasn’t nice she determined to ship me a card and actually thought ”bugger it” and despatched it with out an handle.
On the again of the envelope, the pal, who had lately moved to Duror, had added: ‘Large like to the postie X’
‘Anyway it arrived yesterday and it made me smile, she was amazed it really arrived. We spent a while laughing about it on the telephone yesterday.
‘She did not inform me she despatched it in case it did not arrive.
‘I am glad she put a stamp on it.’