AndiP, United States of America
  • Country U.S.A.
  • Member since Joined 8th Jan., 2018
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About Andrea...

Hello Friend. I'm glad you're here and I look forward to your card/letter/etc. Wondering what to send? I promise to love every card, and I'm more interested in YOU than the card you send, but you can look through my “favorites” if you need ideas. Or just send a card that YOU like. I'm not easily offended, so cards celebrating any belief system, lifestyle or holiday are welcome.

If you are an artistic person, or if you like to create things, I would LOVE a hand-drawn or hand-made card. Perhaps include an explanation of what it is or what it was made from, or what it means to you.
I also welcome advertising cards. (If not obvious by photo, please explain what it is selling)

I REALLY enjoy hearing from different parts of the world. I live in a small town, I grew up in a small midwestern (Indiana) town, and I have not travelled.

Please tell me something about yourself, a nearby shop or temple, or someone in your family, town, or village. I enjoy learning new things, so tell me something I didn’t already know!

I am retired, married, and have no children.

I like to read and garden. I love nature, especially majestic old trees. I sew a bit and sometimes paint/draw but I am not good at these things.

I enjoy writing and receiving cards and letters, and I like to learn of other cultures and ways of living; I look forward to hearing from you and possibly making a new friend. Namaste.

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I don’t ‘collect’ anything, but I might especially enjoy:
Nature: Elephants, Octopus, Peacocks, Birds, Native Animals,
Trees, Northern Lights, mermaids and faeries :-)
Inge Looke (I have Aunties 4, 10, 16, 18, 17, 20, 22, 31, 58)
Native American vintage photos
Pinup Girls (Hilda, too!), “beautiful girls” (美女 Měinǚ) of Shanghai,
Outer Space/galaxies/stars
Alice in Wonderland
Religious icons
Native people in daily life
Wizard of Oz
Interesting stamps

And most of all, messages from the sender. I’m more interested in YOU than the card you send.

Hey, USA Postcrossers--
Please join the campaign to request the U.S. Postal Service to issue a Postcrossing stamp! Spread the word by adding this info to your profile and then, write a letter to:
Citizens' Stamp Advisory Committee
475 L’Enfant Plaza SW, Room 3300
Washington, DC 20260-3501

A record of cards I received, before I lost my scanner: (in case you’re interested):
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