The weekends are a great time to post multiple times in one day, so here you go. This is from Nicole from Minnesota, who runs probably the world's only baseball card/paper crafts blog.
2008 Topps U&H #UH279 Alex Hinshaw (RC)
2000 Upper Deck Cardcaptors #62 Episode 12 Icebreaker
2007 Bowman Heritage Chrome #38 C.C. Sabathia
1993 Upper Deck #333 Paul Molitor
*A deeply detailed explanation letter on some of the daintiest paper I've ever seen arrived with this trade. Being engaged (with less than three weeks to go now) helped partially immerse me in the heretofore unknown world of fine paper products, with the fiancee designing and constructing the invitations herself.
*Even the return envelope is stamped with dainty postage. Wouldn't the world be a happier place if everything was attended to like this?
*CC was still using periods at the time of this card's printing. Ahhh, those were the days.
*I'm always a little uneasy when receiving a Paul Molitor card. I know I should like it, but I never really fully embrace it. Am I wrong for feeling this way? There's a feeling of guilt associated with this, but I can't help it. There's been a lingering sensation, something akin to what you would feel if someone took your cookie, the only one on your plate, licked it, and then put it back. That's what Molitor's departure and immediate World Series victory is like. Can I get some confirmation on this, dayf? What if Chipper left the Braves for another NL team and promptly won the World Series? Wouldn't you like him a little less for licking the cookie?
Paul Molitor licked the cookie.