Goudhaantje, Germany
  • country Germany
  • Member since Joined 19th Sep., 2012
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  • icon Dutch, german, english
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About Eveline...

Hello postcrosser,
my name is Eveline. I am Dutch but have left my still much loved country Holland some 30 years ago. I live in the middle of Germany in the beautiful Sauerland, a foresty rural area, in my 300 year old Fachwerkhaus and whenever I am not working I try to make my garden prettier every year. My work at a campground makes me happy because I meet people of all nationalities travelling around. At home I have a black cat who is my family member.
That brings me to postcards. Cats are so beautiful that I believe a postcard just cannot show a real cat's beauty. So please do not send me catcards. I just watch my cat instead.
I am a romantic person and like to be surrounded by pretty things, nice images, glorious paintings, fine combinations of colours, lovely nature, harmony and whatever beauty our world has to offer.
I love to travel and am very happy to have seen quite a lot. It would be lovely if you could send me postcards of typical landscapes, lakes, rivers, seas, gardens, trees, homes and so on of your home town or country. I'd like to see how it is where you live. Images of nice places in your area are most welcome. Just so that I feel like traveling there right away.
If you cannot find such a card, I would appreciate it if you could send me a card with a native bird or an image of a painting from a romantic artpainter of your country.
I would be delighted if you could write something about yourself, your life and your home. Thank you so much.
Please do not send me seasonal greetings (Christmas, Easter), handmade cards, ad/free cards, cartoons, vintagecards, black&white's, photo's. I like to receive my cards handwritten, stamped and without envelopes please.
Thanks so far. I am looking forward to receiving a postcard from you and wish you all lots of surprises and your favourite cards in the world.
Happy postcrossing

P.S.: I like to say thank you very very much to all the postcard designers - nameless or well known. Most cards are little pieces of fine art. That goes as well for stamps. I have heard that stamp designing is a profession. I am planning to learn that profession in my next life!

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