BdG, Norway
  • Country Norway
  • Member since Joined 23rd Sep., 2010
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About Berit...

Dear Postcrosser,

I’m Berit from the Netherlands! Almost 3 years ago I met a Norwegian man at the most beautiful festival on the island of Træna in Norway. Now I live with him and Karma (Norway’s cutest cat) in Heimdal, the southernmost borough in Trondheim named after the god Heimdall in Norse mythology.

I’m a crazy-cat-lady that loves all animals. I’m very aware of global environmental issues and I dream about living closer to nature with a lot of animal friends. Cats, dogs, guinea pigs, ducks, pigs, rabbits, goats – they’re all welcome in my daily life!

I studied literature and art. I guess it won’t surprise you that my favorite postcards are ones with ILLUSTRATIONS & ART. ♥ I also collect cards of cats sitting on the windowsill. If you don’t know what card to choose I’d advise you to just have a look at my favorites. My "kjæreste" Tommy is really into hydroponics so if you have a card relating that theme you would make him very happy. He never receives snailmail so writing to "Berit, Tommy & Karma" would probably already make his day.

Some other suggestions (note: not demands): hippies, vintage, wolfs, bears, spiritual, fantasy creatures, languages/alphabeths, queer, fairytales, mythology, Noah's ark, books, maps, apocalypse, zombies, Astrid Lindgren/Tove Jansson and all other children's books writers/illustrations.

Most of all I like to get a nice message. You can write about absolutely anything! I’m really into funny messages about your annoying neighbour/boss/classmate/mother-in-law/(…). On the other hand I’m a sucker for romantic stories and I’d love to be introduced to your pets or your favorite artists. What are those little things that make you happy?

Oh and… I understand more than one language (hurray!) so please write in your native language (above). And if you speak Swedish (or Norwegian) jättebra, please write a lot. It’s good for me, haha. I’ll learn.

Please write the date.

Write you soon! ♥♥

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