KenCard

KenCard, United States of America
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About Kenneth...

Hello, My wife and I just had our 50th wedding anniversary in August 2018!. We now live in the State of Minnesota where I was a teacher and Principal, Glenda was a homemaker and book store clerk. We had 3 kids, they have all married, and blessed us with 12 grand kids...we love the grand kids! From Aug 1968 to July 1971 we lived in Kassel, West Germany (Germany today). In January 2009, we moved to Kansas City, Missouri to join staff at IHOP (International House of Prayer), an amazing place, we love to tell about it! In November 2013, we moved back to Elk River, Minnesota. For the rest of the story...we will tell on our post card! We use the entire back side of the post card to tell our story! Many people comment on the fact that we write so much on our post card! We especially enjoy when those who send us a post card tell us as much as they can on the space of the post card. We are open to swapping of post cards a few times, but probably not for a long term friendship, since there are so many people to meet sending post cards to new people and places. If anyone reads this profile and wish to do private swaps, we like to do that too!

We are so grateful for Post Crossings...giving us the opportunity to send and receive real mail from all over the world. I actually send out about 15 post cards every day of the week...obviously, only a few of those are post crossing cards. I send post cards to family, friends and many others. Real mail makes for real friendships! A handwritten note (post card) is like a personal visit to someone's home. Hand written notes are the "gold" of communication!
We look forward to hearing from you...if you put your name and address on the cards you send us, we will send you one back...that doubles the fun and makes the gesture a full round-trip, not just a one-way destination!
In December we love Christmas cards from other countries!
Cards we especially enjoy include anything to do with the post office, postal workers, mailboxes, and people writing letters and post cards!

Kenneth & Glenda Mitchell

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