The writing prompts invite postcrossers to write about a different topic on their postcards’ messages every month. These are just suggestions though — if you already know what you want to write about, or the recipient gives you some pointers, that’s great too!
Now that 2021's over, we’re looking to the future with this month’s prompt! This time we’d like to pick your brains about what you’re hoping for this year…
It’s tough to make predictions about what I’ll be doing — I usually take the year as it comes. There are a few sure things, like my exams, and I’m definitely hoping that I’ll pass those with flying colours! I’m also hoping to take my first trip home to Wales since 2019, and get the chance to go for some familiar walks in the parks there.
Other than that, I think I’ll keep my hopes small and cosy. I’m hoping to spend more time reading this year, if I can: I used to read about 400–500 books a year, when I was a literature student. I probably can’t manage to read that much anymore, but it’d still be nice to read 300 books or so, which is still a lot! I’m also hoping to have the time to go for walks more often here in Yorkshire, e.g. in the grounds of Nostell Priory or on Marsden Moor. We have a National Trust membership we really ought to make more use of!
And, of course, I’m hoping for more postcards! Now it’s your turn: share what you’re hoping for this year in the comments, or write it on your postcards this month!
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That Covid and virus's are laid to rest! And that people become less selfish with their time and philosophies. That they think of others first, and draw peace upon this world with a kind heart.
Happy New Year 2022!
So I hope and wish; "GOOD BYE COVID " so we can move....
I hope that more people have patience with this pandemic....
-HAPPY NEW YEAR TO YOU ALL-
Freunden und Familie zusammen sein können. Ich wünsche mir bald die erste Postkarte von Postcrossing.
My best wishes to all of you.
j'espère que ma famille et moi restent en bonne santé
j'espère aussi une réussite avec mon chien en compétition
et j'espère que c'est ne pas trop égoïste
If you'd like to call it a "hope", it's to be free from my marriage. Perhaps it brings hope in the sense that that freedom should give me back who i was.
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