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Escilas, Mexico

Escilas

(or Erika) is a member in Mexico . She has been a member for over 7 years (2,861 days).
146 sent 145 received


  • Distance sent: 801,218 miles
  • Last seen: about 22 hours ago
  • Languages: English, Spanish
  • Interested in direct swaps: Yes Click to learn more about direct swaps
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  • 46th on most postcards sent from Mexico
  • 50th 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, I'm 28, and I live in Mexico. I'm a Psychologist working as a teacher. After a extremely long hiatus I'm back and ready to get my Postcrossing game on!

I love reading and going to the movies with friends. I'm an indoors person, really. Crowds make me a little bit anxious, so I don't frequent large gatherings. But I've been told I'm buckets of fun when I'm with small groups or having one-on-one conversations.

It's always nice seeing unusual things, so don't hesitate if you have a weird or scary postcard lying around. I'm pretty open-minded and I don't get easily offended. Things that others find ugly or usually make them feel uncomfortable amuse me in most cases.

When it comes to themes on a postcard, anything goes for me. Art, cartoons, religion, flowers, people, animals, buildings, writing! I just like getting them, it makes me happy!

Although, I specially like postcards of statues, angels, drawings (sketches, anime, manga, comics, children's illustration) or anything medieval related.

I kind of prefer postcards written and stamped but if for some reason you think an envelope is needed, that's alright with me.

Oh! I love quotations, by the way! From movies, songs, books, sayings, or whatever. So, if you feel like it, add one (or more!) in your message. It'll give me something to think about! Or maybe you can draw something on the card? Or put some stickers on it? That would be awesome!

Happy Postcrossing! :D