I live on the Gulf of Mexico coast and I love the beach. (You can check out the beach at PinkPonyPub.net. They have a live webcam of the beach that you can control.)
I enjoy reading, I watch a lot of movies, and I'm a certified Master Knitter (you can see some of my projects at http://www.ravelry.com/projects/cjhohnke).
I was a working classical musician for over 20 years and I love opera.
I'm interested in any kind of postcard and I'd like to learn about something about the sender or the place where they live. Or tell me about a good book you have read recently, or your favorite movie, or the movie you can watch over and over again.
Or tell me a secret I promise I won't tell anyone!
A series of random facts about yourself is also a great option.
If you have any "weird" cards, or cards that make you think, "Why did I buy this card?", send them to me.
I'm also interested in:
-Alphonse Mucha cards
-Arthur Rackham art cards
-Lantern Press Poster cards
-Holiday themed cards (Halloween, Christmas, New Year's, or any local holiday)
US Postcrossers - if you have a postcard of your state's capitol building, I would love to add it to my collection. I also love the colorful "Greetings From ..." postcards, either from a state or city.
Still not sure what postcard to send? I've added a month-by-month suggestion list:
January - New Year, new beginnings
February - Maps
March - Spring
April - Flowers
May - Asian art
June - Blue
July - Holidays
August - Sunsets, moon, sky, stars
September - Autumn
October - Spooky, Halloween
November - Thanksgiving, birthday
December - Christmas, Hanukkah, Solstice, seasonal celebrations
If you don't know what to write, just tell me a couple of random facts about yourself.
Added note on January 25, 2017:
While POSTCROSSING should not be about political issues, I am compelled to state that I do not support Donald Trump, or his messages of hate, racism, misogyny, and lies. Love, equality, kindness, and honesty are more powerful.
Not my President.
"As set forth in our report, after that investigation, if we had confidence that the President clearly did not commit a crime, we would have said that." Robert Mueller, May 29, 2019 press conference