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BOOGIE_PIPPIN, United Kingdom

BOOGIE_PIPPIN

(or Margaret) is a member in United Kingdom . She has been a member for over 7 years (2,679 days).
2,347 sent 2,350 received


  • Distance sent: 5,828,428 miles
  • Last seen: about 18 hours ago
  • Languages: English
  • Birthday: 9th June
  • Interested in direct swaps: Yes Click to learn more about direct swaps
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  • 19th on most postcards sent from United Kingdom
  • 17th on longest distance sent from United Kingdom
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Lat: 50.55, Lon: -4.14 | Google Maps

About Margaret...


Hello everyone,
My name is Margaret, I live in a village in Devon, South West England. I'm married to John who loves to see my postcards too and tells me what the postman has popped through the letterbox. We have one cat named Tassie who is almost ten years old, we adopted her from our local Cats Protection when she was found wandering after being hit by a car. Sadly she had to have one back leg amputated but she is a real live wire and races round the garden. After her leg was amputated her owner didn't want her back, that was five years ago now she is very much part of our lives and rules the roost as cats do.
My hobbies include crossword puzzles, reading, knitting, meeting friends for coffee and a chat, visiting new places and taking photographs of where I am visiting. I love the garden but due to health problems can't do much but manage to plant bulbs in pots and put plants in our hanging baskets. Doing those things does help as I know I have done my bit to make the garden look pretty

The Postcards I would love include:

Cats
Flowers, wild or garden but roses are my favourite flower
Scenery
Nature as I love rural cards
Krtek
Lancy Cat
Keep Calm postcards
Inge Looke
Jetoy
Snow
I also like cards of where postcrossers live, it is like seeing the world from the comfort of my armchair as I don't travel well now.
In short I will welcome any postcard you wish to send except I beg of you no creepy-crawlies and definitely no spiders unless you want to hear my screams right round the world.

I look forward to receiving and sending cards again, it is good to be back in the Postcrossing 'fold.'

Beat wishes and happiness to you all

Margaret

My apologies for not uploading postcards at the moment, I can scan but the cards refuse to go into my Dell folder. Hopefully it will be sorted soon, the sooner the better.