Elzabat

Elzabat, Lithuania
  • country Lithuania
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  • icon 27th December 1994
    (29 years old)

About Lizaveta...

No War 💙💛 Слава Україні
𑇜𑇜𑇜𑇜𑇜𑇜𑇜𑇜𑇜𑇜𑇜𑇜𑇜𑇜𑇜𑇜𑇜𑇜𑇜𑇜𑇜𑇜𑇜𑇜𑇜𑇜𑇜𑇜𑇜𑇜𑇜𑇜𑇜𑇜𑇜𑇜𑇜𑇜𑇜𑇜𑇜
Hello:) My name is Elizabeth. I'm Belarusian but last 2 y. I have mostly been living in Vilnius with my husband and our cat. The reason is the political crisis in Belarus.

There are a few fast facts about me:
- I really like movies, my favorites are Pedro Almodovar, Kevin Smith, Noah Baumbach
- I like history, especially myths and legends
- I like board games (Hanamikoji, Terraforming Mars, Arkham Horror ...)
- I love to crochet
- I prefer trams as public transport
- I am a typical Belarusian, so I like potatoes of any kind and am ready to eat them for breakfast, lunch, and dinner
- I have a mischievous red cat named Ostap

I'm not a fan of multiview postcards but I am happy with any cards. These topics make me incredibly joyful:
♪ architecture
♪ art
♪ сartoon characters: "Rick and Morty", "Futurama", "Disappointment", "Over the Garden Wall"
♪ black and white postcards
♪ dark aesthetics
♪ Dracula or other monsters
♪ films
♪ free cards
♪ Good Omens
♪ great women of your country
♪ Lovecraft
♪ mermaid
♪ nature (mushrooms, berries, trees)
♪ owls
♪ pumpkins
♪ retro postcards
♪ street art
♪ winter or autumn

Tell in a postcard about yourself and what surrounds you: places, people, and events. You can talk about the most pressing political or social issues in your city or country right now.

Postcrossers from Poland, please write text in Polish (bc I would like to practice in your language).
_________________________
🤍❤️‍🩹🤍
The informal and sad part
Some of you may have heard about the events in Belarus. 1,700+ people are political prisoners right now (including the 2022 Nobel Peace Prize winner). If you have the opportunity, you can send a postcard to one of the detainees. Just a few words of support will greatly help each of the illegally detained. This is a link to the website of the Human Rights Center.
https://prisoners.spring96.org/en
There is detailed information about each political prisoner and the address of stay.
Many thanks

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