Dear Postcrosser - Friend,
I am 51 and live in a wonderfull area, called Mainfranken. I am married with Jutta and we have two children.
Reading books is one of the things I love most.
My favourite cards are with landscapes, animals, Ad-cards, Art, cards with ships, maps, the area/city where you live, funny postcards, black humor, historic buildings, rivers, mountains...
If you have a card that you think no one wants, please send it to me, because I love mad cards as of now. ;)))
BUT every card is welcome.
For me is the Exchange of postcards priority.
Sending postcards cost anyway many stamps, the cards should be favourable.
Only if you don`t know what to write:
I`ve a friend, 58 years old, severely disabled and therefore mostly dependent on a wheelchair. He claims that every time he says this on a dating portal, the relationship initiation comes to an abrupt end. Would this be a reason for you (as a woman) not to be able/want to build a relationship with such a person?
Unfortunately, he still has one or two unfavourable habits/character traits. ;))))
I am very interested in the square metre prices of rented flats or houses. If you want, you can report how high the prices are in your village/town.
Thank you very much.
In which environment do you start dreaming?
Sometimes I listen to music when I write my cards. Classical music normally in the morning and in the afternoon Pop or Hardrock.
If you also listen to music during writing, which kind of music do you prefer?
Some of my favourite songs: "Dance me to the end of Love" by L.Cohen,
"Hymn" by Barcley James Harvest, "For Elise" Beethoven, "Spring" Vivaldi; "Lie to me" by Depeche Mode; "Here I go again" Whitesnake, "You give Love a bad Name", The Housemartins "Caravan of Love" and "Hells Bells" ACDC, "Holding out for a Hero" by Bonnie Tylor; "I`m in the mood for dancing" by the Nolans.
How did you find out about postcrossing?
If your card is travelling more than 50 days, please send me a message and I will register it.
Could you please date your card?
Best wishes from Germany.
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