kellyann1009(or Kelly) is a member from United Kingdom . She has been a member for over 2 years (901 days).
I work for an childrens charity and I enjoy reading, video gaming, writing to pen pals, Postcrossing and chatting to my friends online.
I don't mind what type of postcards I get sent but I would prefer postcards of:
- Humour/funny postcards.
- Fantasy theme (dragons, fairies, wizards etc).
- Science fiction (space ships, aliens etc).
- Sci-fi or fantasy movies (ie Harry Potter, Star Wars, Star Trek, Superman, LOTR etc etc).
- Space/astronomy like planets, stars etc.
- Where you live or a place you have visited.
- Gothic/Fetish/Punk/Alternative themed postcards.
- Pin Up.
- Wicca/Pagan theme.
- Video game related especially anything on Assassins Creed, Tomb Raider, Resident Evil & Silent Hill (my current favourite games).
Or maybe you'd like to surprise me with something different that is not on my list. As I said, I do not mind what I am sent and I know not everyone will have postcards related to my requests.
PLEASE BE FAIR AND REGISTER YOUR RECEIVED POSTCARDS! I always make a point of registering my received postcards on the day that I receive them. If I am unable to register them on the day I receive them, I always make a point of registering them ASAP (usually within 2-3 days).
I also like to upload an image of the postcard for my postcard wall (if you haven't already done it yourself before you posted). I am slowly getting all of my current received postcards uploaded onto the system but it is proving a slow and tedious process. But I will catch up and get there eventually :)
All postcards are usually registered Monday - Saturday as we do not get post on Sundays in the UK, so generally they will not get registered on Sundays unless I have been delayed and I am playing "catch up".
If you do not register your postcards, it isn't fair on the sender, who is waiting for that 'slot' to become free again so that they can send more postcards. It isn't fun when you have to wait around for months on end, only to then have the postcard 'expire', as this makes you look dishonest and will make people think that perhaps you don't send postcards out.