Hello, fellow postcrosser!
My name is Audrey. I am a 21 years old french girl and I study biology (food science). I love animals and I am crazy about cats.
See list below of requested postcard types. I am not terribly picky though, because every postcard is special.
-landscape, city views, colorful building, Unesco site, famous monuments of your country
-wildlife, especially members of the cat family but also elephant, turtle, typical fauna of your country
-Sunset, northern lights and other meteorological phenomena
-vintage cards and old cards you found in your grand-mother's attic
-illustrations (Hayao Miyazaki, Makoto Muramatsu...)
I'd love to receive greetings postcards from your country (from postallove). I can swap the "greetings from France" postcard if you're interested. I already have: Austria, Canada, China, Czech Republic, Finland, Germany, Hong Kong, Hungary, India, Japan, Malaysia, Netherlands, Norway, Poland (all 3), Russia, South Korea, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, USA.
I also collect cat stamps, if ever...;)
I have a lot of stamps so if you have cat one we can exchange some stamps.
I really enjoy lists; so your top three of anything is fun to read: books, songs, movies, places you've traveled (or would like to!), things you hate, things you love, etc.
I also really love nice stickers. :) I'd be really gratefull if I get small things with the card, like a coin, brochure, tea bag, magnet or something that's typical from your country. :) It's a real treat when I get to open a envelope and not only see a beautiful card but also something special from that country. I absolutely love it! :)
If you have a passion for photography, don't be shy to send your own photos, better in an envelope. Or you can share your favorite recipe (I am vegetarian), if you don't know what to write.
Postcards are a way of dreaming about all the places in the world that I might visit, and all of the people I might meet... I'd love it if you could send me a little bit of your life. Tell me about your day, or what you can see out your window or on your wall, the colour of the sky, whatever pops into your head...
And if you really don't know what to write, just take the nearest book and write down the sentence in p 58 line 9.