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Escilas, Mexico

Escilas

(or Erika) is a member in Mexico . She has been a member for over 8 years (2,949 days).
165 sent 145 received


  • Distance sent: 913,623 miles
  • Last seen: 13 days ago
  • Languages: English, Spanish
  • Birthday: 9th June
  • Interested in direct swaps: Yes Click to learn more about direct swaps
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  • 41st on most postcards sent from Mexico
  • 42nd on longest distance sent from Mexico
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Lat: 25.68, Lon: -100.32 | Google Maps

About Erika...


Hi, my name is Erika and I’m 28 years old. I'm a Psychologist working as a High School teacher.

I’m a homely girl that enjoys quietness and staying home. My favorite thing to do is reading. Fantasy, horror and historical fiction are my favorite book genres. I also enjoy reading about paranormal events, cold cases and conspiracy theories. The truth is out there!

It's always nice seeing unusual things, so don't hesitate if you have a peculiar postcard lying around. I'm pretty open-minded and I don't get easily offended. When it comes to postcards, anything goes for me: art, ads, cartoons, religion, people, animals, buildings, text. I just like getting them! It makes me happy!

But if you want some specific ideas on what to send, here are some suggestions:

*Food
*Statues or monuments
*Military related things
*Religious cards (all beliefs are welcome!)
*Paintings or drawings (sketches, children's book illustrations, anime, etc)
*History (specially medieval and Victorian themes)
*Buildings (cathedrals, castles, government offices)
*Nudity (partial or full)
*Dark themes (graveyards, ghosts, scary things in general)
*Seasonal cards (Valentine’s Day, Christmas, Halloween)
*LGBT

I prefer cards to be written and stamped. You can write anything you want, happy or sad. We all have bad days and maybe venting to a complete stranger can help out a bit. You can tell me about a song you like or a quote you find interesting. Or maybe you can draw something instead of writing! Anything you feel like sharing is perfectly fine with me.

Lastly, please keep in mind that not every country’s postal service is the same. Mine can take a long time getting things delivered, so please be patient. I promise I’ll register your card the moment I get it on my hands! :)