February 24 was the blackest day of my life. I was so shocked that I couldn't write any more postcards for a while. After two months of silence, I realized that I had to continue communicating with the world. We must keep talking as long as possible, because the termination of communication between people of different countries is the best gift for EVIL. "Divide et impera" is a well-known method of managing state power, which is often resorted to by various governments. Thank God that postcrossing exists - the most peaceful, most friendly project that has ever existed.
Therefore, if you have received my address, please write to me.
My name is Natasha and I living in the heart of an old Russian city Yaroslavl. In my free time, I study Spanish. When work allows me, I like to travel to previously unknown countries, cities, routes with a backpack on my back. I love the spirit of freedom and adventure. I consider it important to promote the idea of waste recycling and conscious consumption. I love my friends and appreciate every meeting. I dream someday to see the northern lights with my own eyes and take a walk in the California forest among the redwoods. Moonlight nights, northern forests and seas, and medieval legends are close to my mood. I am fond of landscape photography, wildlife photography, night sky photography. Among my musical preferences, rock music predominates (my favorite bands are Queen, Nirvana, Muse, HIM, Depeche Mode, Linkin Park, Tame Impala, Red Hot Chili Peppers, etc.); in cinema, I love arthouse and fantasy. I try to read as much as possible. My favorite authors are John Irving, Harper Lee, George Orwell, Ray Bradbury, Stephen King, J.K. Rowling, R.R. Martin, Daphne Du Maurier and many others. I still really love fairy tales and folklore - as a child I read a huge number of fairy tales from different countries of the world. My reading interest right now is Norse mythology, which I'm immersed in.
When it gets cold, I hang an acrylic glass feeder outside my window and watch the birds all winter. Their habits amuse and surprise, and their freedom of movement is fascinating! If I believed in the reincarnation of the soul, I would like to become a bird in my next life 🙃
I also have a red dog that I adopted from a shelter about two years ago.
I would really appreciate a card with any theme related to what I like. But if suddenly you have postcards on topics such as gender inequality, the problem of domestic violence in the family, human rights and freedoms, the negative impact of man on nature, then I would also like to have it. Thank you.