1) Address an e-mail message to:
2) In the Subject Line
- If you have a "lost" butterfly, write the student's name, school name, state and province--information
to help the student find your note.
- If you have a story to share, write a catchy subject line that will make people want to read
Example for "Lost" Butterfly:
"Found butterfly for Jane Doe, Toronto, Canada"
3) In the Body of the message, write your message.
"Hi, The butterfly made by Jane Doe of Cityville, NY arrived safely here in Texas. It was in Mexico all winter
where Jose Luis Alvarez took care of it. Jose sent a letter for you, Jane. Send me your mailing address and I'll
send your butterfly back home to you in New York.
Tom in Texas"
All e-mail messages sent to firstname.lastname@example.org will be listed here.
Click Here to Read Messages
Come back often. You'll see the message you sent, and you might be lucky enough to find a message
for YOU from the person who received your butterfly!