I'm very excited to be a part of this great hobby.
I'm married to the love of my life, with three grown children, and four grandchildren.
I grew up on a farm in Oklahoma. We had dogs and cats, but I ended up making pets out of all of our farm animals. We had horses, cattle, hogs, and chickens on our farm. In addition to raising cattle, my father was a wheat farmer. I'm still a farm girl at heart.
I enjoy reading and watching movies. I also enjoy doing volunteer work. I love animals of all kinds, and have worked at three different animal shelters over the last 20 years. Currently, I'm working as a volunteer at our local Food Bank where those in need can come to get food. I also enjoy my hobby of tracking paper money through the "Wheres George" site.
If you live in the United States, I'd really like to receive a card with the name of your town or city on the front of the card. It will be fun for me to see how many different cities I can collect. It will be especially exciting to get cards from small towns. Of course, I know that may be difficult. My small town has only one card with our city's name on it. It's a rather ugly card at that, but it's the only one I can find to purchase. So, I understand if you can't find a card with the name of your town on it. In that case, maybe you will be willing to send me a card of a neighboring city or one of your state capital. If you can't send a "city" card, then a "state" card would be greatly appreciated.
I enjoy reading about the types of postcards that you'd like to receive. I'll do my best to send the kind of card that you request. I love it when I can do that. However, I may not be able to buy exactly what you want. I hope you'll be understanding if that is the case.
Any type of card is welcome, and will be greatly appreciated. I love ad cards, so feel free to send me one. In fact, I think it would be a lot of fun if you would send me the ugliest card in your entire supply of cards. I would enjoy seeing what you consider an ugly card. So this is your chance to get rid of that card that you don't want to throw in the trash, but really don't think anybody would want either.
Please don't write your ID Number on the bottom of the card because the post office runs a bar code through that section of the card making it hard, or even impossible, to read the number.
You may find that my post office puts a long white sticker on the postcard. It will peel off easily without damaging the postcard.