You get one letter - ♥ NOTE ♥ - Please be sure to write to me to see if the letter you want is available. (I have two sets in french and one in Spanish.)
5" x 7 1/2"
Not scans or copies.
♥ Shipped with care in a resealable cellophane envelope with a sturdy board to protect your print until framing.
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(¸.·´ (¸.·´♥ Thank you to KH for her very sweet love story: "In May 2005 I did a university exchange semester in Quebec (I'm from BC). I wanted to get away for a while, meet interesting people, and mostly, improve my French. I was wait-listed for the program, decided not to go, but then got a call 2 days prior to the start, saying that space opened up. I had already taken a job, made summer plans, but I ended up dropping everything and going. At the same time, in Saskatchewan, a guy had a similar wait-list and last-minute experience. The night before he left, he worked his last closing shift at the bar. He had a very interesting customer, a Frenchman from Quebec, who was excited to hear that this bartender was going to his homeland for the summer. "Quebec is a beautiful place," he said. "You will go, and fall in love, and come home with a wife." The guy, at age 21, with no intentions for a serious relationship, thought this was pretty funny. On the first day of the program, I saw that guy from Saskatchewan walk into the orientation room and couldn't take my eyes off him. We met, fell deeply in love, and spent 5 weeks together studying in Quebec. At the end of the program, he went back to SK and I to BC, and we did 10 painful months of long distance. Barely a year after meeting and falling in love, he moved out to BC for me, we got married in 2010, and shortly after bought our first home together. Now it's our one-year wedding anniversary and I've finally found the perfect piece of decor to hang over our bed in our new home: the letter "H" page from the French dictionary – the first letter of our last name."