Green_Heron(or Stacy) is a member in United States of America . She has been a member for over 6 years (2,444 days).
I enjoy EVERY postcard I get!!! It brightens my day to find your card in my mailbox. I know it is a special card sent from You to Me. THANK YOU so much!!
I like when you write something personal on the card. Please tell me
- what you did today, or
- what you had to eat today!
- Or, what is your favorite color?
- Or, what makes you feel happy and brings a smile to your face?
- Or please describe your neighborhood: what do you see when you stand outside in front of your home?
**** It can be difficult for me to read your postcard ID. Please write the ID at the TOP of the card, and along one side. Thank you! ****
My job is doing computer support. I have taught classes, and written computer manuals, and helped fix broken computers. My husband is a retired school teacher (he taught high school math, and computers, and study skills). He is also an award-winning high school wrestling coach. We have no children, and that is OK for us.
* My favorite hobby is riding my motorcycle!
* I got tired of not finding geocaches so now I am trying a new hobby, Munzee.com!
* I think rabbits make GREAT pets and they are a true delight to have in the house with us (they are easily trained to use a litter box!).
* I enjoy feeding the birds and squirrels in my backyard.
* I love Nature... plants, animals, birds, sunsets, the moon & stars, mountain, forests, rivers.
Sending you Blessings of Peace and Love,
I hope you enjoy a wonderful day!!!
If it helps you choose a card for me, here are some ideas:
- Map cards
- Moon or stars or outer space
- Flying horse ("Pegasus")
- TV shows: Glee and Big Bang Theory
I like what Bokmorten said on his page, so I will say something similar. If you like this, please consider adding an explanation of addressing in your country to your own page!
Typical American addresses contain a house number and the name of the street. The city and the state are given on the next line. Our ZIP codes were "invented" in the 1960's. ZIP stands for "zone improvement plan." By putting these codes on mail pieces, automated machinery can easily sort them for dispatching all across the country wherever they need to go.
If someone lives in an apartment complex, they must include the unit number as part of their address. It is usually placed after the "house" (building) number and street name.
Some people get their mail at post office boxes (P.O. box). Instead of the mail delivered to their house, they go to the post office to retrieve it from one of many boxes accessible via lock&key in the lobby of the post office.