IrinaR, Russia
  • country Russia
  • Member since Joined 21st Oct., 2012
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  • icon Russian, English
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  • icon 27th June 1995
    (26 years old)

About Irina...

Hello! I'm glad to meet you here.

I’m Irina, live in a small metallurgical town. I’m a psychologist by education, but now I have devoted my life to creativity. I writing big and short stories and publishing it in books and literary magazines. I’m so homely person and have several life-limiting diseases, so postcrossing is opportunity to hear someone’s story, to touch another culture.

Any postcard is nice, and most of all I'm glad:

❖ Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson, all with this❤;
❖ painted portraits of human faces;
❖ TV series or films (Sherlock BBC, Hannibal, The Big Bang Theory, Dexter, the Office, House M.D., Scrubs and others);
❖ paintings by great artists of the classics or from your country;
❖ style of old drawn posters (advertising and movie);
❖ national flavor and series World Fashion, a historical collection;
❖ postcards stylized as covers of books;
❖ cards of unusual shapes and texture;
❖ animals and view from your small homeland;
❖"Large leters", Lantern Press, Anderson Design Group, for example:

But I don't like anime, very old and yellow, thin cards, so please, leave this for someone else, who will like this better. Thanks!

I love postage stamps❤, so if you get the chance to fit different stamps in card, that would be amazing.
And, of course, your story is one of the main treasures for me. Please write about yourself, I love reading human stories. Your hobbies, pets, works, thoughts about homeland, that inspire you - are welcome! Every little thing is important.

Prefer postcards without envelopes. But if you want to send a card in envelope, I would love to look some little things: for example, tickets, booklets, coin or something to your taste.

Thank you!
I am looking forward to your card.

P.S. If you want to read my story "Overgrowth" ("Поросль") in Russian language, about children from dysfunctional family, here is the link:

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