When I was a little girl my favorite time of the day was when the mail arrived, I raced to the mailbox two or three times a day to see if there was anything inside and if there happened to be something addressed to me, well let's just say it made me very happy. It still does. Whether it's a letter, a postcard or a parcel doesn't matter, it's so exciting!
I've never received so many letters from my friends as when I lived in New Zealand. I write to many of them occasionally but it seems you need to be at the other end of the world to make them take the time to reply. I miss it. The dream is to move back to NZ permanently - and maybe I will someday. It's such a lovely country. I've been back visiting once already.
I do love to travel, but I think it's hard to find the time to do so. I suppose this is my way of travelling, by sending and receiving postcards. Next time I leave Sweden it'll probably be for a trip to the UK. I've wanted to go since forever and I love anything british. Whovian forever?
Maybe you'll tell me some fun facts about your country; something any native would know? Or what you had for breakfast. If you prefer to draw, please do. Surprise me?
ANY postcard will do. Pick one you would enjoy yourself or one you find terribly ugly or weird. I'd love a laugh. I've a soft spot for drawings, paintings and sculptures of naked women and if you happen to have any speedway related cards it would be gold to receive one of them.
If you still don't know what to send me - check out my favorites and choose something similar, cut out a postcard from a cardboard package or pick that one card you never know what to do with.
Have a lovely day! I look forward to hear from you.
Ps. Oh, please date the card and Hello to Jason Isaacs 🙋🏼