Calista’s best friend, Artemis, has been suffering from depression for a while now. Recently it’s gotten so severe that she is waiting for a bed at a residential treatment center. She is struggling to complete her last year of high school as she waits for admission to the program, and she could really use some love. “She loves to send cards as well, she writes letters and postcards and even sends small gifts to soldiers, seniors and ill children through various programs”.

Artemis loves animals; she has two dogs of her own, and also fosters other dogs until they can find their forever home, and she wants to be a veterinarian. She also really loves sending and receiving mail, she loves to buy little trinkets and toys and send them to seriously ill children to brighten their day.

If you’d like to celebrate Artemis for her kindness and generosity, to celebrate her bravery in persevering through these challenging times and reminding her that this too shall pass then send her a lovely postcard. CLICK HERE FOR HER POSTAL ADDRESS

Calista’s best friend, Artemis, has been suffering from depression for a while now. Recently it’s gotten so severe that she is waiting for a bed at a residential treatment center. She is struggling to complete her last year of high school as she waits for admission to the program, and she could really use some love. “She loves to send cards as well, she writes letters and postcards and even sends small gifts to soldiers, seniors and ill children through various programs”.

Artemis loves animals; she has two dogs of her own, and also fosters other dogs until they can find their forever home, and she wants to be a veterinarian. She also really loves sending and receiving mail, she loves to buy little trinkets and toys and send them to seriously ill children to brighten their day.

If you’d like to celebrate Artemis for her kindness and generosity, to celebrate her bravery in persevering through these challenging times and reminding her that this too shall pass then send her a lovely postcard. CLICK HERE FOR HER POSTAL ADDRESS

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The most popular paper choice, Matte’s eggshell texture is soft to the touch with a smooth finish that provides the perfect backdrop for your chosen designs.

The naval Battle off Ulsan (Japanese: 蔚山沖海戦 Urusan'oki kaisen ; Russian: Бой в Корейском проливе, Boi v Koreiskom prolive ), also known as the Battle of the Japanese Sea or Battle of the Korean Strait , took place on 14 August 1904 between cruiser squadrons of the Imperial Russian Navy and the Imperial Japanese Navy during the Russo-Japanese War , four days after the Battle of the Yellow Sea .

The warships of the Vladivostok Cruiser Squadron formed in a line abreast at intervals of 4 nautical miles (7.4 km) and headed southward at 14 knots (26 km/h), in hourly expectation of sighting the Port Arthur Squadron. However, the Port Arthur Squadron had not been sighted by the following morning. As the Vladivostok Cruiser Squadron approached Busan , Jessen advised his captains that he had no intention of attempting to pass Tsushima Straits, and ordered the squadron back to Vladivostok.

The Japanese 2nd Fleet under Admiral Kamimura was made up of four armored cruisers Izumo , Azuma , Tokiwa , Iwate , and two protected cruisers Naniwa and Takachiho . The Japanese squadron had passed very close to the Russian squadron in the dark of the previous night on opposite courses but neither was aware of the other. From 01:30 on 14 August 1904, Kamimura had been heading back from his night patrol area on a course that took him directly to the Russian squadron. When Jessen started his turn back to Vladivostok, he sighted the four Japanese armored cruisers.

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Calista’s best friend, Artemis, has been suffering from depression for a while now. Recently it’s gotten so severe that she is waiting for a bed at a residential treatment center. She is struggling to complete her last year of high school as she waits for admission to the program, and she could really use some love. “She loves to send cards as well, she writes letters and postcards and even sends small gifts to soldiers, seniors and ill children through various programs”.

Artemis loves animals; she has two dogs of her own, and also fosters other dogs until they can find their forever home, and she wants to be a veterinarian. She also really loves sending and receiving mail, she loves to buy little trinkets and toys and send them to seriously ill children to brighten their day.

If you’d like to celebrate Artemis for her kindness and generosity, to celebrate her bravery in persevering through these challenging times and reminding her that this too shall pass then send her a lovely postcard. CLICK HERE FOR HER POSTAL ADDRESS

Create your own vacation-worthy postcard! Any view you’ve seen, any monument you’ve fallen in love with, can all be added to your postcard with our personalization tool.

The most popular paper choice, Matte’s eggshell texture is soft to the touch with a smooth finish that provides the perfect backdrop for your chosen designs.

The naval Battle off Ulsan (Japanese: 蔚山沖海戦 Urusan'oki kaisen ; Russian: Бой в Корейском проливе, Boi v Koreiskom prolive ), also known as the Battle of the Japanese Sea or Battle of the Korean Strait , took place on 14 August 1904 between cruiser squadrons of the Imperial Russian Navy and the Imperial Japanese Navy during the Russo-Japanese War , four days after the Battle of the Yellow Sea .

The warships of the Vladivostok Cruiser Squadron formed in a line abreast at intervals of 4 nautical miles (7.4 km) and headed southward at 14 knots (26 km/h), in hourly expectation of sighting the Port Arthur Squadron. However, the Port Arthur Squadron had not been sighted by the following morning. As the Vladivostok Cruiser Squadron approached Busan , Jessen advised his captains that he had no intention of attempting to pass Tsushima Straits, and ordered the squadron back to Vladivostok.

The Japanese 2nd Fleet under Admiral Kamimura was made up of four armored cruisers Izumo , Azuma , Tokiwa , Iwate , and two protected cruisers Naniwa and Takachiho . The Japanese squadron had passed very close to the Russian squadron in the dark of the previous night on opposite courses but neither was aware of the other. From 01:30 on 14 August 1904, Kamimura had been heading back from his night patrol area on a course that took him directly to the Russian squadron. When Jessen started his turn back to Vladivostok, he sighted the four Japanese armored cruisers.

Calista’s best friend, Artemis, has been suffering from depression for a while now. Recently it’s gotten so severe that she is waiting for a bed at a residential treatment center. She is struggling to complete her last year of high school as she waits for admission to the program, and she could really use some love. “She loves to send cards as well, she writes letters and postcards and even sends small gifts to soldiers, seniors and ill children through various programs”.

Artemis loves animals; she has two dogs of her own, and also fosters other dogs until they can find their forever home, and she wants to be a veterinarian. She also really loves sending and receiving mail, she loves to buy little trinkets and toys and send them to seriously ill children to brighten their day.

If you’d like to celebrate Artemis for her kindness and generosity, to celebrate her bravery in persevering through these challenging times and reminding her that this too shall pass then send her a lovely postcard. CLICK HERE FOR HER POSTAL ADDRESS

Create your own vacation-worthy postcard! Any view you’ve seen, any monument you’ve fallen in love with, can all be added to your postcard with our personalization tool.

The most popular paper choice, Matte’s eggshell texture is soft to the touch with a smooth finish that provides the perfect backdrop for your chosen designs.

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