Azalee09, Germany


(or Anna) is a member in Germany . She has been a member for over 6 years (2,330 days).
930 sent 933 received

  • Distance sent: 1,808,061 miles
  • Last seen: about 1 month ago
  • Languages: German, English
  • Birthday: 18th May
  • Interested in direct swaps: Yes Click to learn more about direct swaps
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Lat: 54.31, Lon: 9.66 | Google Maps

About Anna...

I started with postcrossing because I love to send and receive postcards since my childhood.

About me: I am 36 years old and live with my husband and our cat in a small town in Northern Germany - between the North Sea and the Baltic Sea.
My interests are reading, traveling, hiking, collecting stamps, knitting, crafting, baking, gardening and visiting museums, botanical gardens and zoos. I really love to visit a new zoo!

What I really would love to receive (without a particular order):

- winter / snow postcards (all around the year)
- national parks, botanical gardens
- mailart (like mailboxes, stamps, pencils, postcrossing etc.)
- zoo postcards
- islands
- libraries / books
- sheeps, hens, owls, cats
- old castles and ruins
- museums (but please no paintings)
- coffee, tea, cookies, food
- nature (beach, ocean, trees)
- biathlon
- Snoopy and Woodstock
- Nouvelle Images, russian multiples cards, Gotochi (mailbox), Inga Paltser
- cards from Lantern Press (USA)

But I am happy about every postcard I receive. You don't know what card to send? Just send me a tourist card from your country.
Please, no advertisment cards, paintings or folded cards, except it matches my wishlist.

If you like, tell me a little bit about you. What will you do in your next holiday? What is your favorite food?
Or what you do with your received postcards. I talk about them every lunchbreak with my coworker, who is also a postcrosser. Really every lunchbreak! :-) We sit together and look at the cards the other one received.

It would be nice if you write the date on the card.

Have a great day, Anna

Ps. I am interested in swaping postcards, especially with the USA and Japan.