Caroline1, Netherlands


(or Caroline) is a member in Netherlands . She has been a member for over 8 years (2,927 days).
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  • Distance sent: 3,164,588 miles
  • Last seen: about 1 hour ago
  • Languages: Dutch, English, German
  • Birthday: 23rd April 1972 (46 years old)
  • Interested in direct swaps: Yes Click to learn more about direct swaps
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About Caroline...


I'm Caroline.

*On behalf of a little exhibition I'm having in january/february 2019 in our local library I would like to ask you to write a message on the card addressing visitors of the library. It can be something about your town or country or something in your own language or whatever you want to tell them! Or tell about your favourite writer and book. Maybe you can start with: Hello visitor of Wijchen Library!

A library themed postcard would be appreciated, but something which represents your country as well.

Thank you very much!*


I'm 46 years old (birthday april 23) and live in Wijchen, a town of about 41.000 people. We have nice shops, several castles in the area, a lake and mills and quite a lot of (cultivated) nature surrounding us. I've worked in the local library with a bunch of great people for the last 20 years and am loving it!.

I live in a pretty flat and crowded country, therefore I love cards with wide landscapes or with rough nature and beaches or sunsets.

Other cards I would like to receive:
Fantasy cards
Inge Löök cards
Colourful touristic cards

I prefer single view postcards, they look great on a wall together.

If you don't know what to write on your card, tell me the happiest thing that happened to you today. Or ever!

Or you can tell me about your best holiday adventure! My last one was to Cornwall in the UK.

I'm looking forward to receiving your postcard. If you write in German, please write clearly. I'm more used to reading English and German is a bit more challenging.

I've started doing direct swaps, I would love to swap postcards with people from Australia, New Zealand, Canada, UK and the USA. Let me know if you are interested!