Every postcard is a gift.
Postcrossing was introduced in the daily newspaper and I try whether it fits to me. By the way I can get rid of all the blank postcards I collected over the years. But now I buy a lot more postcards since I know what the postcrossers like to get.
I like riddles and puzzles especially "Logic Forming Picture Puzzles".
The countries I like most are Scandinavia, Great Britain, Ireland and Canada. - And for a short stay or a long weekend I like the Netherlands to visit, too. But I'm not a frequent traveller.
My favourites are cards I received already and I like most.
If you can't read my handwriting, please let me know. I will send you by private message the text, as I keep record of all messages I send.
P.S. I usually write my address on each card. It is not intended to have you send me a card. I don't mind if you do :). But I put it there in the hopes that if undelivered the card would be returned to me.
If your card is lost or to long on it's way, I would not register it as the postcrossing community manager reminded me by a specific e-mail not to do so cause it is against the Guidelines.
Expired cards to
AU, BE, BR(4), BY(13), CA(2), CL, CN(11), CZ(6), DE(10), EE(2), ES, FI(4), FR(1), GB(2), HK(4), ID(4), IN(4), IT, JP(5), KR(3), KZ, LT, LV, MD(2), MO, MX(5), MY, NL(7), PH(2), PK , RO, RU(25), SE, SG(3), TH(3), TR(5), TW(13), UA(4), UR, US(11), ZA(2) - by July, 28th 2017
and at least 13 cards, they never arrived in my letterbox as far as I know