Hannekee

Hannekee, Netherlands
  • Country Netherlands
  • Member since Joined 7th Dec., 2012
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  • icon Nederlands, English, Deutsch (ein wenig), Français (un peu)
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  • icon 20th June

About Hanneke...

Hello, my name is Hanneke and I'm interested in postcards from your place, nature, cats and dogs, beautiful buildings etc. My hobbies are quilting, knitting, reading, amigurumi crochet, Sudoku 's and much more. Too much sometimes ;) If you live near the sea, I would love a card from your seaside. I like Hundertwasser, so If you have a card with something from him I will be happy to receive it ;)

By the way, I'm from Holland, the Netherlands, Les Pays Bas, such a small country, so many names ;) I live in Bathmen, a village near the town Deventer.

I'm also interested in squarefootgardening.com In Holland we call it makkelijkemoestuin.nl It is about a new way of nursing vegetables, fruits, herbs and even flowers. So a postcard in that range is fine too of course.

I'm married and have a son and a daughter and 4 grandchilderen. I also have 2 dogs and a cat. I sing in a ladies shanty choir, Het Zeebanket ( which means all kind of nice things from the sea to eat). Shanties are songs from sailors and boatsmen. They sang these songs while being on their ships travelling all over the world. We have a lot of fun and sing in different languages.

December 2013 I recieved a card from somebody who told me about zentangle and since then I have this new hobby. I have never made cards to send to postcrossers, but maybe I will make a zentangle card :) if you say in your profile you don't mind selfmade cards.

I will be happy with any card, but would love to get a card you yourself like very much. If you want an impression of what I like and you can spare the time, you can take a look at my favorites. I will never mark a card I received as a favorite, because all received cards are automaticly favorites for me:) I prefer cards without envelopes, because it is so interesting to see the traveling marks on the card. But when I receive a card in an envelope I will save them both to look at every now and then :)

Happy Postcrossing! Hanneke.

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