My name is Saskia. I am 30 years old and live in the Southwest of Germany.
I am a creative person who loves to write stories/poems, to paint/draw and to act. Other interests include motorcycling (driving my own bike and following MotoGP), reading, traveling, photography and learning languages.
Furthermore, I like to learn about different places all over the world and I love penpalling, writing and receiving letters or cards. It’s great to see how written words can connect people! So I am very happy that I found postcrossing :)
Every card that I receive will make me happy!
But if you need some inspiration, I would love to receive postcards with the following themes:
* the place where you live or your country
* (historic) sights in your country
* nice landscapes and nature
* buildings like castles, manors etc.
* bridges, lighthouses, mills
* owls or elks/moose (I collect everything with either of them on it!)
* something related to mythology, fairytales or legends
* northern lights/Aurora Borealis
* sunsets, clouds, colourful skies, the moon etc.
* art, especially fantasy art
* Gorjuss / Santoro London
* anything related to Norway and Scandinavia
* everything London related
* Gothic / Steampunk
* cards with quotes on it
* Marvel comics/movies (favourite character: Loki!)
* things related to reading/books, penpalling/letter writing, travelling
* interesting photography, especially black-and-white
* for the Germans: I love postcards of Grafikwerkstatt!
My favourites also show postcards that I like and which I have not received yet.
I prefer cards with single motives and postcards sent without envelope.
No ad/free or selfmade cards, please.
I would appreciate a lot if you could note the date on the card.
You can write to me in English, German, Norwegian or French.
If you don't know what to write on the card, just tell me some random fact about you, your country or your culture. Every thought that might cross your mind is just fine. It would also be great if you could write something short in your native language (with a little translation so I can understand) on your postcard. Probably a nice quotation as I own a notebook in which I note every quotation that I came across and liked - maybe I will learn about further nice quotes that way.
I am really looking forward to receiving your card!
Thanks and happy postcrossing,
P.S.: I would also be interested in finding new penpals.