Daniela2392, Brazil
  • country Brazil
  • Member since Joined 15th Sep., 2016
  • icon Seen 3 months ago

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icon 2 Sent postcards on World Postcard Day in 2021 and 2022WPD
  • icon Not interested in direct swaps
  • icon Português, English, Italiano, Français (learning)
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  • icon 23rd October
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About Daniela...

(To the ones receiving cards from me: I'm not the one who stamps the cards, but the guy at the post office. Sorry if he doesn't pick nice stamps >.<)


Hello, fellow postcrossers!

In 29 years living in this planet, I only had two opportunities to go abroad (Argentina and Paraguay) and as I wait here for a decent job that will allow me to discover the world, Postcrossing helps me a great deal. So, my favorite style of postcards to receive are MAPS, FLAGS and TOURISTIC CARDS.

I've 18 cats that I love so much. My hobbies are reading books and fanfiction, watching Formula One, playing with puzzles, and doing crosswords. I'm currently a freelance consultant in Sustainable Development, so if you like the subject, feel free to write about it on your card!

Apart from the preferences I've stated above, you can also mail me:
- cards showing powerful and admirable women;
- The interior of nice buildings;
- Beautiful houses;
- Planets and galaxies;
- Cemeteries (if you're french and if you have a card showing Père-Lachaise, please, mail me!!);
- Formula One;
- Sports.

PLEASE DON'T mail me:
- Touristic cards that aren't from your country (unless you're traveling abroad and the postcard ID is from the country you're visiting);
- Folded cards;
-Handmade cards.
Also, living with so many cats, I'm kinda bored of feline images... XD

GERMAN POSTCROSSERS: The biggest chunk of all the postcards I receive come from Germany. So if you don't mind, write about what you like the most about your country, some trivia, what foreigners should do there... Your language looks hella scary, but, by the number of german cards I've got so far, looks like a beautiful country.

January 2nd, 2022

Some (silly) milestones:

100th - BR-458011 to Germany (sent 14/Nov/17- received 9/Dec/17)
200th - BR-491628 to The Netherlands (sent 6/Nov/2018 - received 24/Dec/2018)
300th - BR-552295 to Norway (sent 11/Mar/21 - received 1/May/21)
400th - BR-572276 to Germany (sent 30/Dec/21 - received 8/Feb/22)

100th - RU-6070307 (sent 1/Nov/17 - received 4/Dec/17)
200th - RU-6827552 (sent 5/Oct/18 - received 3/Dec/18)
300th - FI-3880893 (sent 11/Feb/21 - received 5/Mar/21)
400th - NL-5151810 (sent 21/Jan/22 - received 9/Feb/22)

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