Hello dear fellow Postcrosser!
Update 26/11/2019: It is that time of the year again! :) Could you please send me a Christmas card? I would be very grateful to add it to my collection! :-)
My name is Eliška. I love reading books and going to cinema (so would love to hear any tips for that matter). Please, feel free to tell me about your favourite movies and books! Another thing I love - anything that is Greek. I spend a few weeks of my holidays in Greece and I just can´t get enough of their nature, history, and their life attitude.
I would treasure every postcard, because for me Postcrossing is about being happy for the fact that someone took the time and effort to send me one. I would be pleased with a simple things such as:
the cities you live in. Or not live, but that you love - if it would be city view by night/sunset, I´ll be extra delighted! Or something that is definitely worth visiting in your neighbourhood. Tourist postcards are fine with me. Interesting buildings, architecture, lovely places, bird-eye views...
Sea views are also great! Because we don´t have sea in Czech republic, I really miss it.
But there are more types of postcard that would make me dancing happily :-D
movie themes/ movie stars. As a long life cinema lover, it would be great to get a postcard with a movie poster or any actor/actress you like
painted postcard (not only) from Sasha Salmina, Kate Dudnik, Mila Marquis, Lia Selina, Nicky Boehme, John Patrick O´Brien, Thomas Kinkaide paintings - or in a similar style
Or cats. You can´t do wrong with a cat-postcard :-) Lets see... Jetoy, Picatso, Dolotov, Blue cats by Irina Zeniuk,...
and if you are from BELARUS, could you please please send me a card from Leonid Afremov or Roman Fedosenko? They´re amazing pieces of art.
Please, DON´T SEND anything with children, no ad´s, and also no animals, EXCEPT OF CATS and kittens:) Thank you.
And tell me something about yourself then, I just would like to know you better! Looking forward to getting in touch with all of you!
What I´m reading right now: Greek to me (M. Norris)
Last seen in theatres: 1917