Hi, everyone in this wonderful postcrossing community!
I'm so excited to have joined here and looking forward to receiving long-way travelled postcards. Besides ordinary view cards, I can share my handmade postcards,too, if you'd like (I'm an winner of national handmade postcard contests).Long term swappers are welcome! My main purpose of being here isn't not only collecting post cards but also communicating with many people. Leaving me the choice of post cards is more thankful in swapping. Of course if you have specific ( Don’t be too picky, please.) preference, let me know.
I have many hobbies and interests; travelling and meeting people, learning languages, reading, listening to music, Mail Art, cooking and baking( I’m trained at school, but this isn’t my main job ) , gardening, calligraphy, swimming,and ALL kinds of handicrafts. I’ve just started instagram, so if you have time please have a look.
I'm also an addicted letter writer. Having a new friend is just like opening the first page of a new book to read and it's exciting to go on turning over each page to find and learn something new. The story is never ending...
Let's have a chat and make the world smaller, better, and more peaceful through postcrossing.
If there're any birthday twins ( you're born on January the 29th) please let me know.Let's celebrate our birthdays together!
Monthly message from JollieLyla
It’s a good time for moon viewing. I’m looking up at the beautiful moon and thinking of my beloved friends all over the world.
Time really flies! I also wonder one day really has 24 hours? I’m happy to be back to my snail-mailing and postcrossing activities after almost four month break. I’m an indoor person so I’m not bored of staying home, enjoying my creative activities. Right now I restarted my long-term project making A 100 earring- tapestry. I have made more than 70 different kinds but it’s never been close to the complete collections, as I give those pairs I made to my friends.It’s time to go out in the garden ..... well as we lost our Japanese style front garden because of the expansion of the street, I’m going to restore the cozy corner in the garden.
The other day I found a big box of post cards, old collections in my childhood. My father travelled a lot on business trips and always brought back home a set of post cards for me. Most of the cards aren’t available now and I’m happy to share them. With the arrival of each piece of card I get,I've learned the world is full of beautiful places and interesting people.