PostMuseis a member from United States of America . She has been a member for over 6 years (2352 days).
Please, no enveloped postcards. I like the traveled look.
I'd like to hear about your country's postal system. Is it working well? It is governmental, semi-governmental or private? Do you think the price of postage is fair in comparison to other small luxuries?
Though I do try to match postcard theme to profiles when I'm sending postcards, I'm not at all fussy about the type of mail I receive. Really. Below are just suggestions. Please do not go out of your way to find something special. All mail is special for me.
Images related to mail of any sort are greatly appreciated. That's my mailbox as my avatar. Take a picture of your mailbox and send it as a postcard... that would THRILL me! Even if your "mailbox" is just a slot in your door. I have always wished I could live in a house with a mail slot, but in the US that is very rare these days.
I also like mail featuring amusement/theme parks, fountain pens, beverages, food, pretty doors/windows, reading, and birdhouses/birdfeeders. Mailart is always fun. But, really, as I wrote in the first paragraph. whatever you send is special.
I was featured on the Postcrossing blog in January 2013, http://www.postcrossing.com/blog/2013/01/09/postcrossing-spotlight-postmuse-in-pennsylvania-usa and it was so very exciting!
I do NOT appreciate religious cards or religious mail of any sort, including holiday cards. Save those cards for someone who will appreciate them.