As a father of two young boys, this post will be the final nail in the coffin of my former kidless life - I'm actually going to hit people up for a class project. I thought this day would never arrive.
However, on the bright side, for the project at hand I can't think of a better group of people. My son's kindergarten class is tracking "the Gingerbread Man" around the globe, and the goal is to get postcards from as many locations as possible so they can be tracked on a map. Kindergarten or not, this to me sounds like a pretty worthwhile project and a good way to learn how to read a map.
Should you choose to join the merriment, simply send a postcard that somehow depicts your location with the notation "The Gingerbread Man was spotted in <your location>. Mail it to:
Mrs. Townsend and Mrs. Glynn
1686 Waterbury Road
Cheshire, CT 06410 USA
Nothing else is needed. I'd especially appreciate non-U.S. input on this if possible.
P.S. Thanks, guys. My wife wants tons of these things and so does my son. So he gets "credit" (not that this is a contest), you might even modify the message a bit to say: "Stephen, the Gingerbread Man was spotted in <your location>."